English Language Arts Lesson - Sort Common Objects into Categories, Kindergarten

  • Activity 1 / What Do We See in our Community? Worksheet

    Learning about what communities are like is one of the best ways for our children to learn about their citizenship and their place in the world. This adorable free worksheet is a great way for your child to have picture representation for things they'd find in their local communities. They'll look at the different pictures and then use the traceable lines to match where they'd find the objects in their local community. It's a great way for them to familiarize themselves with their own environments!

  • Activity 2 / Push or Pull? Worksheet

    For young children, the concept of push or pull may be tougher than you think! Especially when they begin writing, you'll see the words used interchangeably and often incorrectly as they don't have solid ideas of what each means. This free worksheet shows your child that pushing means to move something away, while pulling means to bring something toward and gives picture representation of each concept. Using the traceable lines, your child will connect each picture with the correct word and reinforce their ideas for future use in writing and reading.

  • Activity 3 / City or Country? Worksheet

    Whether you're a city person or a country person, there are definitely different attributes to both the city and the country. Cities often have big skyscrapers, public transportation and lots of business workers while the country is usually far more rural with lots of nature and often farms. This downloadable PDF will let your child practice helping their friend Cindy decide whether each picture belongs in the country or the city, using the traceable lines to make the correct connections.

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