3 years & up. Learning to recognize similar attributes
among objects is an important prerequisite to both math and reading. Gaining
skills in sorting items (such as shirt, chair, and pencil) into broader
categories (such as clothing, furniture, and writing tools) builds readiness
skills for kindergarten. Includes hands-on manipulatives, books, and a
selection of related activities to optimize the learning experience. Supports
parent involvement and early learning through a variety of interactive and
engaging activities. An ideal way for teachers and families to enrich
children's learning experiences together. Each kit includes a clear vinyl backpack and bilingual activity cards.
- 3 Little Firefighters Paperback Books – three firefighters scramble to find three sets of matching buttons before the big parade starts; this book is perfect for teaching sorting to pre-K and up
- Color Counting Chips – colorful chips to count and sort with the sorting bowls
- Sorting Bowls – a set of 6 colorful bowls to use for sorting with the color counting chips
- Bilingual Activity Cards
- Clear Backpack features two pockets with zippered closures and adjustable shoulder straps
Read these Insights and Inspirations articles for a variety of tips and resources you can use to encourage family engagement.