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• 10 pages of practice in classifying polygons - including rectangle, square, triangle, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, and star. Created with abctools math worksheet generator. CC: K.G.A.2, 1.G.A.1, 2.G.A.1

• Teach the definition of a polygon, shapes, and number of sides. Polygons mentioned: triangle, square, rectangle, pentagon, hexagon, octagon, and star.

• Students divide various objects by simple machine category.
• Which does not belong? Interactive .notebook file for Smart Board. Includes related printable worksheet.

• This Comparing Numbers Math is perfect to practice comparing numbers skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Comparing Numbers Math. This document visually represents how numbers can be classified as greater or least and provides practice for placing numbers in correct order.
• This Poster Set - Polygon Family Tree Math is perfect to practice geometry skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Poster Set - Polygon Family Tree Math. A set of three color posters that illustrate types of polygons, quadrilaterals and triangles. CC: Math: 5.G.B.3-4
• 10 pages of practice in finding the shape that is different. Created with abctools Math Worksheet Generator.

• This Geometry - Classifying Polygons Math is perfect to practice geometry skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Geometry - Classifying Polygons Math. Students identify the polygon and number of sides.
• By matching and multiple choice questions, students will classify types of polygons, quadrilaterals and triangles according to the figures' properties. CC: Math: 5.G.B.3-4

• Examine triangle classification. Use with Smart Board, or Notebook Viewer. Includes hands-on and interactive activities as well as related printable documents.
• Learn how to classify attributes of objects with this apple-tasting activity. Includes chart to list the attributes of apples tasted (appearance, texture, smell, taste).
• This short reading comprehension gives examples of things that are living, and then has students classify other objects as living or non-living.
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (pig, horse, chicken, barn).
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (apple, peach, chicken, banana).
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (apple, corn, carrot, peas).
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (pencil, crayon, paper, TV).
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (refrigerator, stove, blanket, oven).
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (leaves, jacket, school, beach).
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (leaves, snow, snowman, snowflake).
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (storm, rain, sunny, snowflake).
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (pumpkin, black cat, bat, wreath).
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (shirt, pants, shoes, candy).
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (doll, pants, blocks, board game).
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (tennis, football, swimming, house).
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (rectangle, square, circle, teepee).
• This What does not belong? ("squares and rectangles" theme) Worksheet is perfect to practice math skills. Your elementary grade students will love this What does not belong? ("squares and rectangles" theme) Worksheet. Circle the item that does not belong in each group (square, orange, soap, cards).
• This What does not belong? ("things that are round" theme) Worksheet is perfect to practice math skills. Your elementary grade students will love this What does not belong? ("things that are round" theme) Worksheet. Circle the item that does not belong in each group (circle, ball, orange, soap).
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (pig, horse, chicken, car).
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (octopus, shark, rooster, fish).
• The basic construction of a news story is explained, then students check their knowledge by reading a real story; the classified section (sales and jobs) is also explored.
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (dog, cat, rabbit, carrot)
• Circle the item that does not belong in each group (barn, farmer, livestock, fireman).
• Reading comprehension explaining the use of the pH scale to classify acids, neutrals and bases. Includes a worksheet and pH scale graphic.
• Use this worksheet to classify objects as transparent, translucent, or opaque.
• "In August 2006, the International Astronomical Union (IAU) redefined the word planet. As a result, Pluto-formerly the ninth planet-is now classified as a dwarf planet." Six writing prompts, featuring persuasive writing and creative writing.
• Put an X on the item that does not belong in each row (three bears and a bison). Pictures are black outline and can be colored to further show differences.
• Put an X on the item that does not belong in each row. The first row shows three birds and one flying squirrel.
• In each row, circle the item that is different (the odd sun, the odd beaver, the odd monkey, the odd skunk). This worksheet helps develop attention to detail.
• Circle the animal (one of three) that is exactly the same as the one on top.
• Circle the picture (one of three) that is exactly the same as the one on top.