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Food Size Sorting Game

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This set of 6 food themed size sorting activity sheets are a great addition to your food topic. Simply cut out all the food cards and ask the children to identify and find the food type featured on their board (tomatoes, carrots, apples, peppers, bananas or grapes). They must then sort the items into the correct size order on their boards. This game is ideal to help familiarise children with the concept of 'bigger' and 'smaller'.

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  1. Folami

    I would realy like your help so I can make my outdoor play more holistic. Many thanks folami

  2. Marija

    Thanks 🙂

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