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Sequencing events

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Planting Flowers Sequencing Worksheet                                                                                                                                                     More

Help kids practice their early sequencing skills with this story sequence worksheet. This planting flowers sequencing worksheet has four different pictures showing different steps of planting flowers including getting a pot ready, planting seeds, watering them and having them grow. Kids are asked to write the numbers 1 - 4 next to the pictures to put them in sequence.

Sequencing events of a story can be hard for students. This blog post has a great activity that will engage and excite your students to practice sequencing with fairytales. It also has a free graphic organizer to guide your students with sequence of events.

Sequencing events in a story can be difficult for students. This is one of my favorite lessons to teach because it really engages my students. It makes them

Read Like A Rock Star! : Sequence of Events Activity Cut up a story and see if your class can work together, using the transition words and events, to put it back in the right order!

Sequence of Events My students were really struggling with sequence of events. We focused on transition words, read and reread stories, organized the events in a thinking map, but they were still having some trouble. Today, I made a story and then cut it up into strips. I picked 3 team captains and gave each group an envelope containing the story strips. (They all had the same story) IT WORKED!!1 I think giving the students the opportunity to manipulate the text and move things around…

sequencing worksheet - running a race

This running a race sequencing worksheet has four different pictures showing different steps of a boy running a race including getting in the starting stance, running in the race, crossing the finish line and getting a medal. Kids are asked to write the numbers 1 - 4 next to the pictures to put them in sequence.

Super Sequence: Read, Cut, and Sort

Description Give your students the hands-on sequencing practice they need to become super sequencers! Students will need the story sheet and the gluing sheet. The picture in the right corner will let you know which sheets go together. Students will read the 3 or 4 story parts and think about the correct order. On the second sheet, students can arrange the story in the correct sequence and glue the story parts down. Encourage students to move the story parts around and read the story again…