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I borrowed some of this concept from my son’s school. He brought home a worksheet with the circles for sorting M&Ms around Halloween last year. Ever since then, we’ve been playing this game every time we get some M&Ms.
Not only do we sort the M&Ms by color, but we then make a graph that shows how many of each color. To save paper, you could laminate your pages or put them in a page protector sheet and use dry erase markers.
You’ll also find blank sorting and graphing pages to use with those packages of M&Ms that have special colors for Easter, Valentine’s Day, and other holidays.
If your student is not yet reading, you could highlight the edge of each circle with the corresponding color. Download in PDF or MS Word format.