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The study compared the competency in classifying between 255 Chinese and U.S. first grade students in elementary schools. The results showed that some students classified the objects according to their appearance, such as color or shape, while other students differentiated one partition from another depending on the quantity of the objects. Most of the Chinese students preferred to classify the objects according to color or shape while more U.S. students tended to divide the objects evenly. Thedoi:10.26711/007577152790014 fatcat:tpvrueh3yjefdd4qpxrcwiro5e