If your little ones love Shopkins toys, then don’t miss out on these sorting printables to get them engaged in fun learning. These adorable collectible miniature Shopkins grocery store items can be used as educational activities with characters and topics they are interested in. The activities include sorting by color, food groups, categories and healthy vs. treats.
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