Sorting worksheets activities for Ages 6-9

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City or Country? Worksheet

Whether city or country, both have distinct attributes. Cities have skyscrapers, public transport, and many business people, whereas the countryside is rural and full of nature, often farms. Download this PDF to help your child and Cindy use traced lines to decide which picture fits city or country.
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Push or Pull? Worksheet

Young kids may struggle to differentiate push and pull. When they start writing, they may use them interchangeably and wrongly. This worksheet clarifies the concepts: pushing means moving something away, pulling means bringing something closer. It provides pictures and traceable lines for kids to connect each image to the correct word. This helps them understand and remember the difference for future writing and reading.
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The Force of the 4's Worksheet

Ride a seesaw with your child and explore the physics behind it! Explain how it needs two people and how force makes it go up and down. Use the memories of the pleasurable experience to teach your kid a lesson in force. Show them how to solve the worksheet by drawing a line to the correct answer. This way, they'll learn the force needed for the seesaw to move.
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Tug of War: Commutative Property Worksheet

Tug of war is a great game to teach your child simple math. Explain the commutative property--it states that the product remains the same regardless of the order of factors. Use the equations in the middle of the worksheet and have your child draw a line to the corresponding equation. It's a fun and easy way to learn math.
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Tall or Short and Heavy or Light? Worksheet

Young children can find basic measurement concepts tricky. This PDF introduces them to the appropriate vocabulary for describing heavy, light, tall and short items, by using familiar pictures. It helps them accurately select which items fit each category.
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Sort and Count to the Moon Worksheet

Little space explorers will love counting, sorting and strengthening number sense with this galactic worksheet! They'll use traceable lines to sort pictures of stars, planets and rockets into categories according to properties. After sorting, they'll count each item and fill in the boxes. Bold pictures make it fun and build critical thinking skills.
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Matching and Sorting for Kindergarten: Assessment 3 Worksheet

Assess your child's basic geometry skills and properties with a colorful worksheet! Utilize visual discrimination and number sense to identify groups of ten and sort objects by bold colors. Challenge them to differentiate shapes and sizes.
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Matching and Sorting for Kindergarten: Assessment 2 Worksheet

This assessment tests matching, sorting and fine motor skills. It challenges kids to identify properties and attributes of pictures, trace guidelines and count the types of vehicles. It's a great way to practice basic number sense and hone in on important foundational skills.
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Sort and Count Fruits Worksheet

Allow your children to hone their critical thinking and number reasoning skills with this free worksheet. They'll sort, count, and trace fruits while learning basic number sense. A fun, delicious learning experience with familiar pictures they'll love.
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Sort and Count Candy Worksheet

Sort chocolate and candy with your kids! Help them use recognizable items and pictures to sort, practice counting with one-to-one representation, and develop their fine motor skills with the traceable lines. Download this free worksheet to get started. Yum!
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Sorting Animals by Land, Air and Sea Worksheet

Kids will use critical thinking and fine motor skills with this worksheet! They'll analyze animal traits and draw lines to sort them into groups of those that fly, swim, or walk. It's a fun way to hone skills and have a great time!
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Sorting Shapes - Part 3 Worksheet

Download this fun PDF to help your kiddos recognize basic shapes like circles, squares, and triangles. It'll sharpen their fine motor skills as they trace and sort shapes by color, size, and sides. Your kids won't even realize they're learning with these cheery shapes!
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Sorting Animals in 3 Groups Worksheet

Let your kids practice and build skills for future Venn Diagrams with this PDF worksheet. They'll trace lines to match and group animals, and learn the differences and similarities of animals by categorizing with pictures and words. Plus, it's a great way to develop fine motor skills.
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Recycle Sort Worksheet

Help your children become eco-warriors while they develop critical thinking and fine motor skills with this free downloadable worksheet! Engaging pictures and matching words, plus fun and bright colors, will have kids analyzing and sorting recyclables into paper or glass/plastic groups using traceable lines.
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Sorting Food Worksheet

This delightful worksheet boosts critical thinking and fine motor skills. Kids use prior knowledge and pictures to sort foods into healthy and unhealthy groups. Tracing lines support accurate sorting and matching. Enjoy fun and free learning!
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Sorting Animals Worksheet

Your kids will love this free, interactive worksheet! With image clues, they can read and trace the animal names, and then sort them into groups of land or water animals. It's an enjoyable way to boost their critical thinking, fine motor and prior knowledge skills.
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