My husband HATES story time when the boys pick their Richard Scarry books, but they are AWESOME from a teaching stand-point. The top ones for classification include:
- Cars and Trucks and Things that go
- What do People Do All Day
- Busy Busy World
- Best Word Book Ever
My second favourite go-to for sorting…Sesame Street! Most of these are short you-tube clips. The last one is a book.
One of these things is not like the other
Sorting shapes on Sesame Street
Which one doesn’t belong (#WODB)
So super-excited for the release of Christopher Danielson’s new book this summer: Which one doesn’t belong? Complete with a Teacher Guide! Click here for details.
In the meantime though, Mary Bourassa has this website for an on-line version! Can’t wait to try it with Rory and see what he comes up with!
We are a low-tech family and believe in the recommended screen-time for children (none for under 2 years and very little for 2-5 years). That being said, there are some fun activities for sorting! See below!
Arthur’s Supermarket Adventure
Millie’s Math House Teachers Resources
National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
Have more ideas? Leave them in the comments section below!