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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Let's Have Lunch! Let's Have Lunch! Teach your kid that his body needs food to work and play and ask him what his favorite foods are.
Count and Classify: Furniture Count and Classify: Furniture Pull an educational double-whammy with these Count and Classify activities.
Drawing Living and Non-Living Things Drawing Living and Non-Living Things Go on an adventure hike and discover what's in your backyard or around your neighborhood!
Identifying Non-Living Things Identifying Non-Living Things Are socks inanimate objects? How about an earthworm?
What Do Living Things Need? What Do Living Things Need? Food, water, oxygenâdecide what living things need on this preschool science worksheet.
Where Do They Belong? Where Do They Belong? Where do they belong? Sorting and categorizing is an essential preschool skill!
What's For Dinner? What's For Dinner? Have your child learn the duties of a chef with this delicious coloring page.
School Time Coloring Page School Time Coloring Page Help your student learn what is and is not school appropriate with this coloring page.
Pictures to Sort and Categorize Pictures to Sort and Categorize Are they big or small? Are they purple or brown?
More Pictures to Sort and Categorize More Pictures to Sort and Categorize In this worksheet, your child will practice identifying shapes and sizes of buttons.
Sorting Toys Sorting Toys Rosie has lots of toys, but she's not sure where they go.
Secret Club: Categorizing Secret Club: Categorizing What's the secret? Several people in this worksheet are part of a club.
Categorization: Food Categorization: Food Pull an educational double-whammy with these categorization activities.
Squares and Numbers: Counting and Comparing Squares and Numbers: Counting and Comparing Color your mind! Using this worksheet, your child will match colors and count them up to compare with other colors.
Around the House: Living or Non-Living? Around the House: Living or Non-Living? A wonderful at-home activity, our Around the House science worksheet gets your young one to consider the difference between living and non-living things.
Triangles Sort Triangles Sort How many sides does a triangle have? Three!
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.