A great writing worksheet that focuses on sequencing. This response sheet asks students to describe their morning in a sequential order and includes one page with signal words to support development and one for independent responses. These worksheets includes an illustration panel.
This concise Sequence of Events Worksheet includes a short story detailing events occurring in the day of a young girl named Kate. After reading, the student is asked to cut out the sequences of the story and paste them in the correct bubbles. Perfect for individual station work or a small group a
Perfect for elementary age learners who are exploring sequencing. I've personally used this in a classroom with the book "I Need My Monster". Print enough for each student and have them write a complete sentence describing First, Next, Then, Finally.
Your students will love this Sequence of Events PowerPoint and Printables pack; This is a highly visual and interactive PPT that consists of 54 slides, jam-packed with engaging activities that teach sequencing. Ten printables, including a foldable flip book activity, are included to reinforce and co
This activity is designed to teach the skill “sequence of events”. There are many differentiated options and this activity can be used with grades 3-5, depending on your group.
Here is what the bundle includes:
Poster- defines sequence of events
Short step ordering- students cut out short sentence
Help students learn all about sequencing with this super fun Doodle and Do mini-unit! This resource includes sequencing graphic organizers, reading comprehension worksheets and passages that help students determine the sequence of events in a text, and hands-on learning activities to help students
This cute recipe book is a fun way to give your students practice with sequence of events.
-10 fun recipe cards
-multiple choice worksheets for each recipe (10)
-free response worksheets for each recipe (10)
DO NOT try to follow any of these recipes! I am by no means a cook, a ba
~Sequence of Events- Activities~ update 3-2-16! I have added 5 new pages***
-Cut and Paste and Worksheets activity
*Susie works at the Zoo and loves her job. Mr. Farmer has a busy day! Molly is having a birthday party! Read the stories and order the events.
*Maria is baking a cake, help her make her
Sequence of Events! How many times have we all said… “What happened first?” “Next?” ect. I personally love teaching all comprehension strategies. It is kind of my teaching jam! I have a strong belief in teaching comprehension strategies in the younger grades in order for them to fall in love with re
Students with language delays often have difficult understanding “before” and “after” in relation to sequencing events whether in a story or in verbal directions. “Before you take out your math book, please turn in your writing journal” can be a confusing two step direction for students with langua
Kindergarten writing: narrative writing linking events together in sentences, includes tips, ideas, and printable worksheets.
This unit includes:
project on steps to waking up in the morning
project on how a radish grows
project on retelling a story
project on giving a helping h
You will find many differentiated graphic organizers and reading passages to teach sequence of events to your students.
There is a total of 6 reading passages to teach and enforce sequence of events with your students!
You will also find an interactive notebook page for students to put into their r
Use these simple stories and Sequence of Events Comprehension check to help your Kindergarten or 1st Grade students become confident readers. These passages can be use in Kindergarten to help your students become early readers or in 1st Grade to help your struggling readers develop reading comprehen
Sequencing Activities help build the understanding that a series of events happen in a specific and logical order. This concept is an important prerequisite for reading comprehension, helping students understand how stories have a beginning, middle and end. The activities included in this unit giv
18 page packet that offers you "title" cards, response cards, and SEVERAL different worksheets to use while teaching and practicing sequencing skills.
CCSS.ELA-Literacy.RL.K.2 With prompting and support, retell familiar stories, including key details.
Literature Passage with multiple choice questions to check for comprehension. Cut and sort activity! Students reread the passage and put a set of sentence strips in the order in which they occurred in the story.
Guided and independent practice all in one packet! Printable ready to be used! Answe
Sequence of Events Activity: Set of six pages for students to color, cut and sequence in order. Perfect for preschool or kindergarten! Have fun and learn the sequence of events!
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This unit includes 25 lessons that build a foundation for narrative writing using literature. It focuses on a piece of the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade Common Core standard for writing a narrative--writing a sequence of events and adding a sense of closure.
Beginning with story structure, students will
These story retell and sequence worksheets are super engaging for students! After listening to a passage, your student will use the picture scenes and target sequence words to retell the story events! Perfect for speech and language or special education.
This Kinesthetic Communication packet for s
Sequencing cards and matching worksheets for Prep/Kindergarten and Grades 1 to 3.
15 short stories in total covering Procedures, Recounts and Narratives.
The stories are given in order and scrambled - depending on how you want to use them (scrambled is best if you are giving the whole sheet to the
Included in this package:
-Smart board interactive character trait activity: students drag and drop (sort) the character traits to the appropriate character
-Paper Bag Princess Assessment- consists of three parts:
1. students have to sequence the order of events in the story (with help of illust
I've combined 4 of my sequence of events activities into one fun bundle!
Now Includes FOUR fun packs:
This fun and sushi themed game will help you get your students excited about practicing sequence of events. Encourage your students to use the transition words to help them find the correct answer
These TWO sequencing foldable booklets are a wonderful way to work on comprehension skills like identifying the main idea and sequencing major events. Both Fiction and Nonfiction are included! Work on skills essential to comprehension in a fun and creative way!
Foldable Booklet #1 includes:
I made this graphic organizer to support students with disabilities as they sequence stories. After reading a leveled reader, the students look at 3-4 pages and make a decision about what happened. Then they draw a picture and write a few words/sentence about what they drew. This process will contin
The 3 activities in this packet allow students to practice putting events in order. The activities range from something easier, like putting the pictures in order. This activity also includes a short writing challenge. Then there is one where you just put steps of a recipe in order. The hardest as
This sequencing activity is a perfect follow up to reading Thanksgiving at the Tappletons' by Eileen Spinelli. Students need to read the events at the bottom of the page and cut and paste them into the graphic organizer in sequential order. I love reading this story around Thanksgiving because it re
These station activities could be used with any curriculum or even used individually as single stand-alone activities, even in Third Grade. Concepts include sequence of events, character traits, alphabetizing, and creating a rough draft, and others. Each page has small anchor charts focusing on th
These sequence of events activities allow for students to practice and review sequencing for each story throughout the year.
Scott Foresman's 3rd Grade Reading Street Common Core 2013 Edition
Unit 1 - When Charlie McButton Lost Power, What About Me?, Kumak's Fish, Supermarket, My Rows a
Check out this simple and fun sequence of events graphic organizer that is student friendly and visually lays out components to ensure student success.
This template can easily be adapted for any grade since it comes in three forms. One form has a box up top and a caption below for student to mode
Here is another story structure and sequence of events test. It is mostly sequence of events but there are some other story elements questions on it. This test was used along with HMH Journey's story, "Luke Goes to Bat." You DO NOT need to read that story to use this assessment, as this is using
Part of reading is being able to read a short story and put the events of the story in order. In this activity, students are asked to read a story about a girl’s day with her babysitter. They have a fun filled day even though it rains. In the story, the babysitter teaches the girl how to make a gr
-This tool is wonderful to assess student's understanding of Story Elements with Fiction Text (Characters, Setting, Problem/Solution).
-Students put events in number order from the passage.
-Students come up with a new title for the passage.
Molly's Pilgrim by Barbara Cohen is about a young, Russian, Jewish immigrant who doesn't feel she belongs in America. Her class makes fun of her, and mocks her clothes, accent and customs. Her teacher asks everyone to bring a pilgrim doll to class for Thanksgiving. Molly's mother makes the doll look
If you are implementing the Journeys Reading Series, these "kid friendly" illustrations were created as a model for TEACHERS to use during whole group instruction or mini-lessons, when targeting SEQUENCE OF EVENTS. These are NOT worksheets. My students write and illustrate these events in their spir
If you are implementing the Journeys Reading Series, these "kid friendly" illustrations were created as a model for TEACHERS to use during whole group instruction or mini-lessons, when targeting SEQUENCE OF EVENTS. These are NOT worksheets. My students write and illustrate this FLOW MAP in their spi
This Sequencing Mats and Worksheets Mini-Bundle includes 10 sequencing mats and 10 corresponding worksheets that focus on basic story sequencing skills. Each mat includes a three or four sentence story that students read (or can be read to students.) After the students have r
This is a fun, easy to prepare, hands-on activity that uses a cut and paste worksheet to teach sequencing using transitional words that integrates writing and adds rigor to your ELA block. Students will read and follow the transitional words to complete the activity with a partner or as an independe
This booklet document can be used in all subject areas and was designed for use in an elementary classroom.
I most recently used this booklet to have students retell a story using the correct sequence of events.
Students will order the important main events from the text "Lincoln and Grace" by Steve Metzger. May be used as a whole class activity or small group/partner/individual activity. You may allow students to use the text for a reference or have it is a culminating quick-assessment activity.
This reading quiz is based on the story ( VIVA NEW JERSEY by Gloria Gonzalez) it has the following -
1. Reading Comprehension Quiz ( Blanks) - It has over 30 questions which are based on the comprehension of the story. The quiz has a variety of questions - vocabulary, short and long answers, mul
An important skill for students to practice is putting events or steps in order, which is a comprehension skill. In this packet, one activity will ask students to put the steps of a recipe in order by cutting them out and gluing them on another page. Another activity asks students to read a short s
50 Temporal and sequencing of events questions for middle school, high school and adult speech-language therapy patients. Great for TBI, ELL, and aphasia!
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these "kid friendly" illustrations were designed as a model for TEACHERS to use during whole group instruction, mini-lessons or as "posters" in literacy workstations. My students c
This activity challenges students to place 5 pictures in the correct order to show the sequence of growth during the life cycle of an apple tree. The color version makes a good addition to your science center whilst studying a unit about apples. The black and white version could be used as a take ho
This activity challenges students to place 5 pictures in the correct order to show the sequence of growth during the life cycle of a pumpkin. The color version makes a good addition to your science center whilst studying a unit about pumpkins. The black and white version could be used as a take home
Sequencing events is a concept that needs constant practice. In the first two activities, the students need to put the pictures in order. Those two activities have challenges, which ask students to write a sentence or few about the pictures once they are put in order. The other two activities ask s