Lesson Worksheet: Sorting Objects into Two Groups Mathematics • Kindergarten

In this worksheet, we will practice sorting real-world objects into two categories based on whether or not they have a given feature.

Q1:

Which two categories can the objects on these cards be sorted into?

  • Achildren and not children
  • Bdogs and not dogs
  • Cflowers and not flowers

Q2:

Which two categories can the objects on these cards be sorted into?

  • ABooks and not books
  • BHouses and not houses
  • CPeople and not people

Q3:

Which two categories can the objects on these cards be sorted into?

  • Afood and not food
  • Banimals and not animals
  • Ccars and not cars

Q4:

Natalie wants to group these animals into pets and not pets.

Which animals belong in the pets group?

  • AA cat and a zebra
  • BA lion and a dog
  • CA lion and a zebra
  • DA dog and a zebra
  • EA dog and a cat

Q5:

Which of the following is a set of grapes?

  • A(a)
  • B(b)

Q6:

Which of the following animals are unlikely to be kept as pets?

  • Abird, dog
  • Bdog, cat
  • Clion, giraffe
  • Dfish, bird
  • Ecat, bird

Q7:

How are these objects sorted?

  • APeople and not people
  • BFlowers and not flowers
  • CAnimals and not animals

Q8:

David has the following items to sort.

First, he sorts the objects as shown.

How are the objects sorted?

  • AFood and not food
  • BRound and nonround objects
  • CPeople and not people

Then, he sorts the objects as shown.

How are the objects sorted?

  • ARound and nonround objects
  • BFood and not food
  • CPeople and not people

Q9:

How are these objects sorted?

  • AVehicles and not vehicles
  • BFood and not food
  • CAnimals and not animals

Q10:

How are these objects sorted?

  • AFood and not food
  • BRound and nonround objects
  • CYellow and not yellow objects

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