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Included are 3 visuals for beginning, middle, and end and a bonus printable for transition words to use for writing and story retell. Just print, laminate, and hang it up! I also print them 4 per page to use as reference rings. I've also include 4 different graphic organizers for various levels that
Use these simple stories to assess sequencing a story. The simple passages are great for young learners or learners in special education.
Toothy® Task Kits- an original idea from Angie Olson at ©Lucky Little Learners, LLC.This pack is part of the 1st Grade Reading Toothy Bundle. Save money by purchasing the bundle HERE.Your students will receive all the practice they need to put events in order. There are 24 sequencing task cards in
In order to meet the common core standard W.K.3, I needed a few organizers to help my kindergarteners put their thoughts in the correct sequence. The first two pages are basic beginning, middle, and end organizers. The next page has four boxes for first, next, then, and finally. The last five pag
Sequencing- Beginning, Middle & End Mini-Book - Perfect resource for practicing sequencing skills in both reading and writing. Directions: - Complete and cut out each section. - Staple at the left side. - Create a cover if desired. - Great activity for subst
Students will cut out the story images and paste them in the correct sequence. Happy Halloween!
Distance Learning - Beginning, Middle, End - Story SequencingThese 11 graphic organizers come in a variety of formats and guide students through sequencing fictional stories in addition to identifying the title and author as well as story elements including main characters, settings, problems, solut
This Story of the Three Billy Goats Gruff is sure to engage your class and help them to sequence and retell the story accurately. They will also have fun learning and practicing vocabulary. This story is only in English, and works well as a unit in itself, or as a supplement/compliment the CKLA Sto
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Students organize the color coded nursery rhyme into sequence. Then complete the matching worksheet.
Story Sequencing Bundle! Included (all in PDF format): - 1 Beginning, Middle, End worksheet with space for illustrations and lines for descriptions - 1 Beginning, Middle, End worksheet with illustration boxes - 3 posters: Beginning, Middle, End
This graphic organizer will allow students to sequence a story and illustrate the beginning, middle, and end. Have students draw pictures that illustrate events from the beginning, middle, and end. A sequence graphic organizer, for example, gives students a guide or blueprint to organize their thou
This is a great graphic organizer to practice the skill of summarizing the beginning, middle, and end of a story.
Use these two great items throughout the month of February and the rest of winter to get your kids moving while they practice story sequencing and summarizing. These work with any story you are using, from your reading series to the wonderful stories you read in class with your kids. They also wor
These activities are designed to accompany the cute book called Hedgehugs written by Steve Wilson and Lucy Tapper.Activities In this packet:*Sequencing cut-and-paste worksheet*Two different story map pages: One is blank to illustrate the story elements, and one has lines to write the story elements
Beginning, Middle, End - Story SequencingThese 11 graphic organizers come in a variety of formats and guide students through sequencing fictional stories in addition to identifying the title and author as well as story elements including main characters, settings, problems, solutions, and main event
This graphic organizer has two sides: one with sentence starters and another with blank boxes for drawing the beginning, middle and end of a story.
You have to run the pages back to back. Students fold the paper in half where the words beginning, middle, and end are in the front. Then it opens to the illustration and writing sections inside. Students need to cut the front flap along the lines. Then they write and illustrate the sequence of
Jump aboard the Beginning, Middle, and End Train! Cut out and use these train pieces to help students with sequencing activities. The pieces provide an easy visual to help students understand and organize story events. Students can place sequencing cards on top of the train pieces to retell t
Using a short story on this you could assess or practice sequencing and plot.
Students will learn and enjoy to sequence a story by organizing and identifying the Beginning, Middle, and End of a story. This foldable will also help students retell the story and write a summary.This foldable is not a traditional foldable; it is unique and fun!
This is a simple sequence writing paper sheet that you can use for anything from story retelling, to how-to writing, to pre-writing, or rough drafts. Handwriting lines are provided and boxes for drawing pictures are available. Enjoy!
This template can be used with ANY book. I chose to use Spookley the Square Pumpkin as an example. Print and go; easy to assemble with minimal help. Pre-cut the pieces for students who need it.
Are you looking for a fast and effective way to differentiate story sequence writing? Look no further... High-Level: picture/5 lines Approaching High-Level: picture/3 lines On-Level: picture/2 lines Approaching On-Level: picture/1 line Low-Level: picture/no lines

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