Preschool Sorting & Categorizing Worksheets and Printables

Preschool sorting and categorizing worksheets are the perfect way to help kids understand the basics of classification. We have everything from matching exercises to cut and paste sequencing. Our Circle What Belongs series is great for helping kids identify similarities, while our Find the One That's Different series will challenge your child to pick out the outlier. Whatever worksheet you select for your child, he'll get important practice identifying the qualities that connect or distinguish different objects within groups. Check out our preschool sorting and categorizing printables and find a few for your young learner.
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Eggs-ellent: Find the Matching Pairs Eggs-ellent: Find the Matching Pairs These eggs are covered in dots and stripes, and each one has only one other that matches it.
Holiday Match Up Holiday Match Up Help your little one get a handle on the holidays!
Picture Categorization Picture Categorization Enjoy helping your first grader categorize objects using pictures.
Matching Activity Matching Activity Looking to give your preschooler a math boost?
Animal Tails For Kids #2 Animal Tails For Kids #2 These cute critters have gotten their tails all mixed up!
Day and Night for Kids Day and Night for Kids Does your curious preschooler know what objects belong in the day and in the night?
Beach Maze Beach Maze The pig wants to play at the beach! On this prekindergarten science worksheet, kids follow the path that shows beach things to help the pig get to the beach bucket and shovel.
Color the Spring Things Path Color the Spring Things Path The baby duck wants to go to the pond! On this prekindergarten math and science worksheet, kids color the path that shows spring things to help the duck get to the pond.
When your child is in preschool, it's not easy to monitor exactly how he's doing. It's not all about ABC's or 1-2-3's, and every kid learns differently. As an involved parent, what can you do to keep your child's brain growing? This set of 15 worksheets has an answer for you: problem solving! Problem solving is a timeless exercise and part of everyday life that can engage young kids. If the reading level of these worksheets is too high for your child, don't fret. This is a great chance to get involved as you guide him through it.
Preschool Problem Solving When your child is in preschool, it's not easy to monitor exactly how he's doing.
Name That Tune: Practice Identification Name That Tune: Practice Identification To complete this worksheet your child will look at the pictures and then identify what they are, which will help her learn the written names of common items.
Opposites: Matching This and That Opposites: Matching This and That What's the opposite of a sunset? A sunrise!
Bike Race Sequencing Bike Race Sequencing If your preschooler can count, start challenging his understanding of numbers in different ways.
Quadrilaterals Sort Quadrilaterals Sort Is it a square? Is it a triangle?
What Doesn't Belong at School? What Doesn't Belong at School? Backpack, ice cream cone, pencil, scissors: one of these objects is not an essential school item!
Kitchen Chaos Clean-Up Kitchen Chaos Clean-Up The kitchen is out of order and needs a quick clean!
Snowflake Science Snowflake Science This worksheet will require your child to use her observation skills, as she looks at the snowflakes pictured to decide if they are the same or different.
Preschool sorting and categorizing worksheets are the perfect way to help kids understand the basics of classification. We have everything from matching exercises to cut and paste sequencing. Our Circle What Belongs series is great for helping kids identify similarities, while our Find the One That's Different series will challenge your child to pick out the outlier. Whatever worksheet you select for your child, he'll get important practice identifying the qualities that connect or distinguish different objects within groups. Check out our preschool sorting and categorizing printables and find a few for your young learner.