This resource is suitable for early readers and writers.
Sequencing has a major role to play as a child starts to acquire literacy skills. The beginning reader needs to establish left to right orientation and understand the need for picture letter and word order. This resource provides 50 photocopiable strips on 25 pages (2 sequencing activities per A4 page) which encourage the development of good sequencing skills.
The sheets are clear and easy to use.
Can be taught as follow the pattern or as copy the pattern.
Can be used at work stations, as part of a lesson, as group or independent work. Children are required to cut and paste the pictures in order to continue the sequence.
This worksheets have been made in black and white in order to be photocopied. children can then continue to enhance the sequence by coloring the pictures whilst sticking to the sequencing theme!
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Jeanette Baker @ Jason's online classroom