# K.MD.B.3 Lesson Plans

#### CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.K.MD.B.3

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"Classify objects into given categories; count the numbers of objects in each category and sort the categories by count."

These lesson plans can help students practice this Common Core State Standards skill.

## Lesson Plans

Sorting Fun!
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Sorting Fun!
Introduce your class to the concept of sorting with this interactive lesson that encourages participation from your whole class!
Kindergarten
Math
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Button Classification
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Button Classification
This snazzy lesson features Pete the Cat and His Four Groovy Buttons by Eric Litwin. Your students will love practicing their classification skills while playing with buttons of their own.
Kindergarten
Math
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Shapes, Numbers, and Letters, Oh My!
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Shapes, Numbers, and Letters, Oh My!
Where do they fit? In this lesson, students will discover how shapes, numbers, and letters can be grouped into categories. With adaptable content, students can also be challenged to consider attributes such as size and color!
Kindergarten
Math
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Categorize It!
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Categorize It!
By sorting and categorizing different objects, young learners will build important foundational skills. Your students will enjoy playing with different toys and competing some fun worksheets.
Preschool
Math
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Classify, Count, and Graph with Shapes
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Classify, Count, and Graph with Shapes
Your students will love classifying shapes into groups with this simple coloring and graphing lesson. It includes a bunch of fun worksheets and a song to keep young mathematicians engaged.
Kindergarten
Math
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Fruit and Veggie Mix-Up!
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Fruit and Veggie Mix-Up!
Let’s eat! In this food-themed lesson, students will explore categorizing foods such as fruits and vegetables. This lesson can easily be integrated into a unit on food and can be extended to include other types of food.
Kindergarten
Math
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Graphing Colored Counters
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Graphing Colored Counters
In this lesson, your students will use the background knowledge that they have about counting and sorting to graph data. They will practice answering questions about the graph!
Kindergarten
Math
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Mixing Colors
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Mixing Colors
Mixing Colors is a lesson plan that gives students a chance to explore the exciting process of combining primary colors to make secondary colors! This lesson is hands-on and filled with learning opportunities for students.
Preschool
Math
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Use this lesson to teach your students about the appropriate wardrobe for the different seasons. Also, teach them about the wonderful holidays of each season!
Kindergarten
Math
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Interpreting Data Using Graphs
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Interpreting Data Using Graphs
Engage students in learning about data by analyzing picture graphs, then collecting data from classmates and making their own graphs!
Kindergarten
Math
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My Favorite Weather
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My Favorite Weather
What's your favorite weather? In this lesson, students learn about different kinds of weather and share their favorites. Students then work together to determine which was the class's most and least popular weather.
Preschool
Math
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Making Categories
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Making Categories
Use this introductory lesson to teach your students how to sort and categorize! This can be used as a stand-alone or support lesson for the **Categorize It** lesson plan.
Preschool
Math
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Where Does it Fit?
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Where Does it Fit?
Help your students learn how to sort and categorize everyday objects in this fun partner focused lesson plan!
Kindergarten
Math
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Sub Plans for Kindergarten
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Sub Plans for Kindergarten
Planning for a substitute in the classroom has never been easier than with this kindergarten, week-long sub packet! Your substitute can supercharge learning with lessons about the weather and four seasons to educate and inspire students!
Kindergarten
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