Sorting By Size - Section 3: Practice

Sorting By Size

Sorting By Size

Unit 1: Comparing and Sorting Objects
Lesson 8 of 17

Big Idea: Sorting is an important foundational skills for kindergarten students to learn. Using attribute blocks to sort by size helps students practice comparing objects and prepares them to sort by other measurable attributes.

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Math, Number Sense and Operations, Critical Area, sorting
50 minutes

Christina Yingling-Smith

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