Most children love to play with toys and objects, and sorting and classifying is a common activity during play. Sorting and classifying helps children learn about their world and how to order and organize information. There are many great children’s books that teach sorting and classifying concepts. Here are some of our favorites:
“The Very Busy Spider” by Eric Carle is a classic book about a spider who sorts and arranges her web. This is a great book for introducing young children to the concept of sorting and classifying.
“Bear Wants More” by Karma Wilson is a fun book about a bear who sorts and classifies his food. This is a great book for teaching children about classification by food type.
“The Grouchy Ladybug” by Eric Carle is another classic book about a ladybug who sorts and classifies by size. This is a great book for teaching children about sorting and classifying by size.
“One Duck Stuck” by Phyllis Root is a great book for teaching children about sorting and classifying by attributes. In this book, a duck becomes stuck in the mud and is helped by a variety of animals who each have a different attribute.
“A House for Hermit Crab” by Eric Carle is a beautiful book about a hermit crab who sorts and classifies by color. This is a great book for teaching children about sorting and classifying by color.
These are just a few of the many great children’s books about sorting and classifying. If you are looking for a fun and educational book for your child, be sure to check out these titles.