Free Shopkins Sorting Printables

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My daughters have recently become obsessed with these adorable collectible miniature grocery store items, called Shopkins. As always, I try to come up with educational activities with characters and topics they are interested in. So I created a set of FREE sorting printables for kids to use with their Shopkins collection, including sorting by color, food groups, categories and healthy vs. treats.


FREE printable Shopkins themed sorting activities for kids. Includes sorting by color, food groups, healthy vs treats and more. These adorable miniature grocery toys are perfect for learning activities.

A little background on Shopkins. These tiny collectible toys started in 2013 with Season 1 and they're now up to Season 5. Each season they introduce new characters, each with their own unique name such as Kooky Cookie and Posh Pear. The adorable characters range from fruits and sweets, to household items, beauty products, musical instruments, sports equipment, clothing accessories and more. You can purchase packs from all seasons in this starter pack.

Tip: It is way too easy for kids to lose these little toys all over the house. You definitely need a shoebox or some other designated container to store them in. I went ahead and bought this Shopkins collector's case.



If your kids already have a set of Shopkins, use these FREE printable sorting activities, featuring:

  • color sorting
  • food group sorting
  • healthy vs. treats
  • category sorting

I recommended that you laminate these activities in order to reuse them.






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FREE printable Shopkins themed sorting activities for kids. Includes sorting by color, food groups, healthy vs treats and more. These adorable miniature grocery toys are perfect for learning activities.

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Viviana is a blogging mom to a toddler and a preschooler, sharing ideas and resources for early education. She specializes in unique, hands-on printable activities that are educational, fun and inspire creativity in young minds.

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