Matching and Sorting for Kindergarten: Assessment 2 Worksheet

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This second part of a matching and sorting assessment will allow your little mathematicians to show you their proficiency in being able to identify properties and attributes of familiar pictures. The free PDF will also allow them to practice their fine motor skills with the traceable guidelines for each group, and show their basic number sense as they visually discriminate between the vehicles and count each type to mark in the appropriate box.

Required skills:
Students should know how to match and sort objects based on their properties and attributes, identify similarities and differences between them, visually discriminate between different objects, count the number of objects in each group, and trace lines to practice their fine motor skills.