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Cereal Sorting

ages 3-6


Supplies

Cereal in different shapes; piece of paper

Activity Detail

In a ziploc bag, put a handful of round Cheerios, square Chex, and rectangle Frosted Mini-Wheats. Divide a sheet of paper into 3 sections- circle, square, and rectangle. Have your child sort each piece of cereal onto the correct column of their paper. You can discuss which group has the most, least, fewer, more, or equal. You can count the cereal in each group. Older children can make patterns like circle, circle, square, etc.

Comments

margreg said:

GREAT idea and so easy!! I love the math concepts started at a young age! Thank you!

- Posted on Mar 25, 2008



Leanne said:

My little one loves this!

- Posted on May 19, 2008



Amy said:

I like that this activity uses things I already have at home. Great for 3 year olds and older 2 year olds who are new to learning shapes.

- Posted on Jul 14, 2008



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