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Winter Sort is a Winter Center activity where students practice sorting and sequencing pictures by size.
In this 13 page download, there are six sizes of 10 different winter objects: boot, cardinal, cup of cocoa, mitten, owl, penguin, sled, snowflake, snowsuit, and sweater. There are also sorting labels for big/large, medium, and little/small.
Winter Size Sort can also be used for sequencing up to 6 cards from smallest to largest or largest to smallest. Number cards 1-6 are also included as mats for sequencing by size.
Winter Size Sort should be used as an extension activity after lots of play experiences sorting and sequencing toys and other household objects.
Easy to set up - just print, cut, and laminate. I recommend using card stock for durability. We like using it as a file folder activity or simply placing the cards in a basket for exploratory play. They can also be arranged in pocket charts or add magnets to the back for play at the side of a file cabinet..
Winter Size Sort cards are a great addition to your math center.
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An experienced teacher of 30+ years, I'm pleased to be here among so many talented teacherpreneurs. For the past 12 years I have taught 3 to 5 year-olds in a Developmental Preschool classroom in an IL public school. Previously I taught general education students in grades 2, 4, 6, and 8. I've also taught students in special education classrooms (self-contained and resource) in grades K-3; 6-8; and high school.
For me, learning is all about making connections to our everyday lives. For the little ones, everything we do has a connection because the world of reading, writing, counting, computing is unfolding each and every day. For the older kids, my favorite question to answer was, "What's this got to do with my life?"
I'm a big picture sort of person by nature, but being a special education teacher has allowed me to hone my skills of task analysis. Enticing kids into stories and activities is my goal - make it fun and include movement! My job as a teacher of little ones with developmental delays permits me to be creative every day.