Use my sorting & graphing book list to grow your classroom library for the best math lessons for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten! My students love collecting, sorting, and graphing items from their environment. These books will make a great addition to any sorting & graphing activity you have planned. If you are struggling to find resources, be sure to check out my sorting & graphing unit!
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This easy reader is perfect for a preschool room and introducing sorting. The vocabulary is simple and the pictures are colorful and kid-friendly! The book informs learners that a set is a group of objects that have something in common.
Will Birdie find the perfect house? He has a lot of decisions he needs to make about the size of his house, like how many friends he wants to fit in his house. This book shows sorting in multiple ways.
Bright, colorful pictures will draw your students into this book. They will sort by color, size, and shape. They will also design pictures with the items they have sorted. A great introduction to tangrams or pattern blocks.
Explore all the things this boy does with his grandmother’s old button box. Afterward, invite children to sort, graph, and explore buttons on their own. Buttons make the perfect manipulative for sorting and graphing! They will love manipulating all the different shapes, sizes, colors, and textures.
Your kiddos will love reading about a lonely striped sock looking for its match. It searches high and low and sees lots of silly things but will it find its match? This book is perfect for teaching patterns, sorting, and graphing to pre-k through first grade.
Help 3 little firefighters on their search for 3 matching buttons. They have to hurry because the parade is getting ready to start! Will they be able to sort the buttons and find the ones they need? Read the book to find out!
Next up, Sorting at the Market! Your little learners will love the colorful, real-life photos and all the things they can sort at the market. A great introduction to a grocery store dramatic play area, as well as sorting!
This rhyming text will make your reader laugh as Packy has to sort his mess! His momma is not happy and he needs to figure out what to keep and what to get rid of. Help him sort his collections!
Join the O’Malley family as they travel to the beach, but it is such a long and boring drive! They come up with the perfect thing to pass the time: tally games! Teach your little learners about tally marks and graphing with this silly book.
Join these 2 funny friends as they explore the world of graphs! Your little learners can learn about bar graphs, pie charts, Venn diagrams, and more. At the end of the story, there are directions for creating their own graphs.
This nonfiction text is a great addition to your bookshelf. It has real-life photos and illustrated drawings, simple vocabulary, and is easy to understand.
Beep, Beep! Join Molly as she plays with her brother’s cars. This book is perfect for my sorting and graphing book list because the reader will practice sorting the cars and making pictographs.
This book list is short but it is mighty! There are books for all your readers to get an understanding of sorting and graphing in the classroom. I hope you and your students enjoy this book list, as much as my class does! I have created the perfect sorting and graphing unit to go along with these books. There are sorting mats, graphing mats, worksheets, and so much more!
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