Preschool Matching and Sorting Games
Sorting objects or toys according to size helps children develop their intellect. These lessons are not only fun, but are building blocks for later learning. Montessori used sorting, matching and classifying as a means to academic learning in math, reading and science. Matching and sorting help with problem solving and categorizing. skills
The ability to visually recognize patterns is helpful to understand our language patterns in speaking and writing. Sorting, matching and sequencing are a way for a child to recognize differences and similarities visually.
Use these educational printouts of animals and seeds by matching and sorting under each item on the template, from left to right and top to bottom.
- Animal Board Printout
- Animal Cards Printout
- Seed Board Printout
- Seed Cards Printout
- Check out our other free sorting printouts
Here are some educational lessons about matching and sorting puzzles:
- Noticing different shapes or patterns helps children categorize.
- Discriminating items from smallest to largest helps with math concepts of less and more.
- Sorting and matching are muscle and mind exercises.
- Understanding sequencing from smallest to largest, or largest to smallest, enable children to discern subtle differences.
- Using the material from left to right fosters with reading and writing skills in many cultures.
- Matching and sorting helps a child to use logic which aids in academic learning.
posted at 6:02 a.m. on February 3, 2009
Spanish is my native language and I think I could take more advantage of this articles if they were written in Spanish. Don't you think about publishing the page in spanish? Thank you for all, I love MontessoriMum. Sincerely, Eng. Virginia Yañez _Montessori Mom responds_ What a good idea! I love the Spanish language and will translate some the printouts to Spanish. My my Spanish is very rusty, but I'll try my best to bring in more Spanish onto the site.
posted at 5:08 p.m. on August 8, 2009
Hi, Virginia, como tu mi idioma es espanol, si en algo te puedo ayudar, lo hare con gusto. Trabajo para una academia de Montessori y enseno un poquito de espanol en prescolar. Hi, Like you mi native language is Spanish, if there is anything that I can hel with, just let me know. I also work for a Montesori Academy teaching a little bit of Spanish in preschool.
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posted at 11:31 a.m. on July 10, 2012
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posted at 7:05 p.m. on September 2, 2012
Hi, Like you mi native language is Spanish, if there is anything that I can hel with, just let me know.
posted at 7:07 p.m. on September 2, 2012
I also work for a Montesori Academy teaching a little bit of Spanish in preschool.
posted at 6:26 a.m. on September 14, 2012
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posted at 8:24 p.m. on September 16, 2012
The ability to visually recognize patterns is helpful to understand our language patterns in speaking and writing. Sorting, matching and sequencing are a way for a child to recognize differences and similarities visually. Use these educational printouts of animals and seeds by matching and sorting under each item on the template, from left to right and top to bottom.
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posted at 1:53 a.m. on October 27, 2012
They are color game for preschool and kindergarten helps young kids learn how to sort orange, blue, red, green and yellow objects.
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posted at 1:04 a.m. on July 16, 2013
Recent studies found out that Sorting Games help children to develop their intellect. It also helps them to develop problem solving skills, categorizing skills, math learning skills etc. Good to hear that Montessori have started using it. Thanks for sharing some examples of it. I will refer this to my friends and relatives.
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