As a preschool, pre-k and kindergarten teacher, it’s so important to have the right tools for teaching beginning math concepts. Sorting by attributes is a huge skill in the early years of math. Hands on activities and books are great supplemental items to have in your classroom. Here are some of my favorite sorting by attributes books and games for your classroom!
Sorting Picture Books
Check out some of my favorite color sorting books for preschool and pre-k classrooms!
A fun, hands on book that teaches our little learners all about colors around them! The flaps on each page make this book engaging and fun while showing off the many colors of our world.
This book has bright pops of color on each page all while showing little learners all the different colors in our world.
This book covers all the types of attributes we can sort! A great introduction book to your sorting by attributes unit.
This book is so relatable to all kids! Sam has a huge mess in his room that he has to clean up! Find out how Sam sorts his toys so he can tidy up!
I love how this books shows little learners all the different ways we can sort animals at the zoo! Sort them by color or size…or by stripes or by tails!
Packy the Packrate has way too much stuff! He has to sort it all out which leads to sorting by attributes and characteristics!
Every time I read this book to my class, almost all of my students laugh and say “We have this problem in my house!” You know what this book is about just by the cover!
What would the grocery store look like if items weren’t sorted together? It would be chaos! This book is a great real life example of how important sorting is!
A fun, fiction book on sorting! Help these firefighters find their buttons before the parade begins!
Sorting by Attributes Games
Along with books, hands on activities are perfect supplements to your classroom or homeschool learning space. Visual learning is the best way to introduce math concepts to little learners!
These supplemental resources are perfect to use when practicing sorting skills! Use them year after year for great hands on activities!