# Into Math Kindergarten Module 4 Answer Key Classify, Count, and Sort Objects

We included HMH Into Math Kindergarten Answer Key PDF Module 4 Classify, Count, and Sort Objects to make students experts in learning maths.

## HMH Into Math Kindergarten Module 4 Answer Key Classify, Count, and Sort Objects

Which Does Not Belong? Look at the objects in each group. Mark an X on the object in each group that does not belong.
On the left side table there are green colored veggies and fruits one is yellow banana
so, crossed the banana.
On the right side table there are orange colored veggies and fruits one is grape vine
so, crossed the grapes.

Sort by Kind

Question 1.  Explanation:
a category of things or people with a common feature; a type.
Crossed the triangles rather than green.

Sort by Size

Question 2.  Explanation:
a category of things or people with a common feature; a type.
Crossed the triangle rather than small

Represent Numbers 0 to 5

Question 3.  Explanation:
The Above are circle
They are 4 in all.

1 Circle the shapes that are the same color. 2 Mark an X on the shape that does not belong. 3 Count the shapes. Write how many.

Lesson 1 Classify and Count by Color Listen to the story. How can you color the blocks to represent the blocks Tina has? How many blocks are in each group? Tina has eight blocks. Some blocks are red. Some blocks are blue. Explanation:
Tina has eight blocks. Some blocks are red. Some blocks are blue.
so, Colored 4 blocks with red and 4 blocks with blue.
4 + 4 = 8

Build Understanding

Question 1.  Explanation:
Leo classified the buttons
The buttons are in 4 different colors
3 buttons are red, 4 buttons are blue,
2 buttons are green and 2 buttons are orange.

1 Listen to the story. How can Leo classify the buttons? Leo has buttons that are different colors. He wants to find out how many buttons he has of each color.

Step It Out

Question 2.  Explanation:
The cubes are classified into 3 categories
they are Red, blue and green
3 cubes red, 2 cubes are blue
and 2 cubes are green
3 + 2 + 2 = 7

2 Listen to the story. Look at the color categories. Classify the cubes by color and draw the cubes ¡n each category. Write the number of cubes in each category. Pat has seven cubes. She classifies the cubes by color. How many cubes does Pat have of each color?

Question 3.  Explanation:
The above given books are colored with two colors
they are orange and green.
There are 2 orange books and 3 green books.

3 Listen to the story. Color some books orange and some books green. Classify the books and draw the books in each category. Write the number of books in each category. Jules has five books. Some books are orange and the rest are green. Jules wants to classify her books by color.

I’m in a Learning Mindset! I asked questions. I knew what to do. Explanation:
I knew what to do by seeing the images
and classifying them

asking questions? Color the check mark

Lesson 2 Classify and Count by Shape Listen to the story. How can you help Dev classify and count his shapes? Dev has many different shapes. He wants to know how many of each shape he has.
Dev classified and counted his shapes
he has 3 squares
1 rectangle
2 circles
2 triangles
In all dev has 3 + 1 + 2 + 2  = 8 shapes.

Build Understanding

Question 1.  Explanation:
In the above figure they show of similar color
that is red
And the shapes are circle, rectangle, square and triangle.
There is 1 circle, 1 square ,2 triangles and 2 rectangles.

1 Look at the shapes at the top of the page. How can you classify these shapes into categories? Write the number of shapes in each category.

Step It Out

Question 2.  Explanation:
In the above figure they show of similar color
that is blue
And the shapes are circle, rectangle, square and triangle.
There is 2 circles, 2 squares ,1 triangle and 1 rectangle.

2 Look at the shapes at the top of the page. Classify these shapes. Draw to show the shapes in each category. Write the number of shapes in each category. Circle the categories that have two shapes.

Question 3.  Explanation:
In the above figure they show of similar color
that is green
And the shapes are circle and triangle.
There is 4 circles and 3 triangles.

3 Look at the shapes at the top of the page. Classify these shapes into categories. Draw to show the shapes in each category. Write the number of shapes in each category.

I’m in a Learning Mindset! I asked questions I knew what to do.
Explanation: I knew what to do by seeing the images
and classifying them

Lesson 3 Classify and Count by Size Listen to the story. How can you help Eli solve the problem? Eli has beans growing in his garden. Eli wants to know if he has more big beans than small beans. Explanation:
The above plant has some big beans and some small beans
and they are sorted according to there size
so 3 of the beans are big and 4 of them are small.

Build Understanding

Question 1.  Explanation:
Mokenno’s sorted tomatoes as big and small
so, there are 2 big sized tomatoes and 3 small sized tomatoes.

1 Listen to the story. How can you classify Mokenno’s tomatoes? Makenna has five tomatoes in her garden. Some tomatoes are big and same tomatoes are small. Write the number of tomatoes in each category.

Step It Out

Question 2.  Explanation:
Nick has four buttons on his shirt.
They are two types they are big and small
And he sorted them according to the size.
there are 2 big buttons and 2 small buttons

2 Listen to the story. Classify the buttons by size. Draw the buttons in each category on the chart. Write the total number of buttons in each category. Nick has four buttons on his shirt. He wants to know how many buttons he has of each size.

Question 3.  Explanation:
Mosi has six peppers in her garden.
He classified them in two ways by there sizes
4 of them are big and remaining of them are small sized peppers.

3 Listen to the story. Classify the peppers by size and draw the peppers in each category. Write to represent the number of peppers in each category. Mosi has six peppers in her garden. Some peppers are big and the rest are small.

I’m in a Learning Mindset! I asked questions. I knew what to do. Explanation:
I knew what to do by seeing the images
and classifying them

asking questions? Color the check mark.

Lesson 4 Classify, Count, and Sort by Count

Question 1.  Explanation:
Lincoln has five crayons in three different colors
And they are classified with three colors they are oranges, green and blue.
2 crayons are orange in color
1 is green and the rest 2 are in blue color.

1 Listen to the story Draw the crayons to represent the story. Count how many crayons in each category. Sort the categories by count. Lincoln has five crayons in three different colors. How can Lincoln classify the crayons? How many crayons we in each category? How can Lincoln sort the categories by count?

Question 3.  Explanation:
Logan has six shells of two sizes to classified them with there sizes
4 of the shells are small and the rest 2 are big.

3 Listen to the story. Classify the shells by size. Write the number of shells in each category. Draw in the chart to show the categories sorted by count. Logan has six shells of two sizes to classify. He wants to know how many shells are in each category. Then he wants to sort the categories by count.

Question 4.  Explanation:
Amelia has eight buttons in three colors.
So, I choose colors as pink, red and green.
In that 3 pink and 2 orange and 3 blue
3 + 2 + 3 = 8

Listen to the story. Color each button red, orange, or blue. Classify the buttons by color. Write the number of buttons in each category. Draw in the chart to show the categories sorted by count. Amelia has eight buttons in three colors to classify. She wants to know how many buttons are in each category. Then she wants to sort the categories by count.

Review

Concepts and Skills

Question 1.  Explanation:
In first group there are 3 shapes they are triangle, square and star that are in red color and big in size.
In the second group there are 2 shapes they are star and circle
they are small in size

Question 2.  Explanation:
The cubes have been classified by 4 colors.
They are red, blue, green and yellow
The red cubes are in number 3
blue cube is 1, 2 are green and 1 is yellow.

1 How many categories of shape are in each group? Write the numbers.
2 The cubes have been classified by color. How many cubes are in each color category? Write the numbers.

Question 3.  Explanation:
The circles are sorted with amount of numbers
2 are red and in 3 there are 2 colors they are blue and yellow.

Question 4.  