Wednesday, September 7, 2011

Fruity Cheerios Sorting

Last summer I saw a cute blog post with a printable mat for sorting Fruit Loops.  I purchased a box of Fruity Cheerios on sale at the grocery store this week and was reminded of that printable.  While I seldom purchase sugary cereals, I think these two can provide a fun and different way of practicing colors.  That being said, Fruity Cheerios have different colors than Fruit Loops, so I decided I would make my own printable for the Cheerios.  
The original idea (and her Fruit Loop printable) is available here.

You can click on my printable below and print it landscaped onto standard size paper.  I laminated mine, but you could also use contact paper or leave it plain.  Super Tot had a wonderful snack activity today for Tot School, which he enjoyed very much.

I have a printable Fruit Loop Graph & Chart available here.

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  1. Thanks so much for sharing the printables!! Love the works that you did on the link page too! The number links are a super idea!


  2. That is a great idea...thank you for sharing this and your other ideas. I appreciate them. I have been using the button pages to have my Grandson put the colors where the buttons should be.

  3. Great job of creating the Fruity Cheerios sorting activity! Thanks so much for sharing your printables! And thanks for linking up with Montessori Monday. I featured your post at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page: I just saw that you have a new Facebook page ... I'm your newest follower! :)

  4. Thank you for a very doable activity and printable. I'm pinning it!

  5. I added your Fruity Cheerios Sorting photo and post to my Free Preschool Printables post:


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