2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th
Sequencing, Language Therapy, Activities
Printables, Worksheets, Sequencing Cards
217 pages (Color and Black & White)
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This Sequencing Activity Packet Bundle will encourage written expression, inferencing, and increase oral language skills. Laminate the cards and have your students practice sequencing them into the correct order.
You are saving 15% off the price of the individual products by purchasing this time-saving bundle. These sequencing activities are a collection of my top selling, most popular resources in my store.
• Elementary students working on sequencing skills.
• Students that need help with problem solving and reading comprehension.
• Help students sequence events and enhance their comprehension strategies.
• Effective for helping students understand and arrange purposeful patterns of action.
• Sequencing cards to be cut out and laminated.
• Sequencing worksheets to encourage comprehension skills.
• Encourages written expression.
• Students write a narrative explaining the sequence of steps.
WHAT IS INCLUDED
This bundle includes the following sequencing resources:
Sequencing Activity Packet includes these four-step sequences: Baking Cookies, Planting Flowers, Making a Peanut Butter & Jelly Sandwich, Baking Pumpkin Pie, Cutting a Jack-o-Lantern, Washing Hands, Getting Dressed, and Building a Snowman.
Sequencing Activity Part 2 includes these four and five-step sequences: Brushing Your Teeth, Eating an Apple, Making a Sandwich, Painting a Picture, Cut & Paste, Baking a Cake, Cleaning Up Toys, and Bathing the Dog.
Everyday Sequencing includes these four and five-step sequences: Crossing the Street, Making Breakfast, Eating Lunch in the Cafeteria, Setting the Table, Cleaning the House, Making Jelly Toast, School Morning Routine, Getting Ready for Bed, Packing a Lunch, Getting Ready for School, and Washing Dishes.
Food Sequencing includes these four and five-step sequences: Mixing Chocolate Milk, Popping Microwave Popcorn, Making a Banana Split, Making Pancakes, Blending a Milkshake, Making Vegetable Soup, Making Applesauce, Baking Gingerbread Men, Baking Pumpkin Pie, and Having a Picnic.
This product includes the following activities:
–Students read a short story. Then they cut out the cards on the next page and glue them in the correct order.
–Students cut out the pictures and glue them in the correct sequence.
–Students write a narrative explaining the sequence of steps. Students use the following terms: First, Next, Then, and Last.
–Students draw a picture explaining the sequence of steps. Students use the following terms: First, Next, Then, and Last.
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