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United 2 Section 10

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to join groups.
Association
one of the criteria that can be used as a common feature to form a group (i.e., things that do a job together, come from the same place, or belong to a special person).
Classifying
grouping or sorting according to properties such as size, shape, color, use, and so on.
Class name
one of the criteria that can be used as a common feature to form a group (e.g., animals, furniture, people).
Color
one criterion that can be used to place things in a logical group.
Common features
one of the criteria that can be used to form a group(e.g., all have doors, handles,
points).
Function
one of the criteria that can be used as a common feature to form a group (i.e., all used for
the same thing, such as eating or playing music).
Grouping
the process of placing two or more smaller groups into a larger
group.
Logical grouping
groups whose members have a logical connection(such as number, color, shape, or
class).
Material
one criterion that can be used to place items in a logical group (e.g., wood, plastic, glass).
Number
one of the criteria that can be used to form a group (e.g., pairs or other groups of the same
amount).
Pattern
one criterion that can be used to place items in a logical group (e.g., stripes, dots, plaid).
Shape
criterion that can be used to place items in a logical group (e.g., square, circular, triangular) and can
be reproduced with geoboards or stencils.
Size
a measurement term referring to volume, height, weight, and/or length.
Sorting
the process of separating a larger group into two or more smaller groups.
Subtract
separate a group into two smaller groups.
Texture
one of the criteria that can be used as a common feature to form a group (e.g., rough, smooth, hard,soft).