## Reflection: Checks for Understanding Introduction to Sorting by Color - Section 2: Independent Practice

This lesson went very well. Students were excited to use the manipulatives and show me how they had sorted. I have included a video of one of my students showing me how she sorted. After observing my classroom, I determined sorting by color was very easy for the class. This is an indication to me that I can move on to a different attribute to sort by.

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# Introduction to Sorting by Color

Unit 1: Sorting, Sorting, and More Sorting!
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## Big Idea: Kindergarteners find classifying and ordering fascinating. In this lesson, students learn to sort by color.

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### Cassandra Joss

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