Did you know children begin to sort similar objects into groups from the time they're infants? Yes! Their know-how for sorting grows whenever they separate objects into groups that are the same or different — and as they develop the language skills for talking about it.
Join Celia and Eliana as they begin to stretch their sorting muscles while helping their dad, Jesse, with the laundry.
This video is part of our Sorting and Collecting workshop, which helps parents and caregivers playfully build children's ability to sort objects by color, shape and size.