Practice sequencing skills for life skills tasks, for building conversational skills and personal narratives, and for telling and retelling stories.
Here are some simple 3 & 4 picture sequences for students to complete.
NOW with sentence strips to sequence, too!
(20) Sequences include egg to chicken, baby to man, seeds to plant (for plant, flower, pumpkin), morning to night, meals, bake cookies (2 versions), get dressed and dress for winter, wash hands (2 versions), brush teeth, make sandwich, make snowman, wash hair & clothes, set table.
*Note: 8 of these are available in the I Heart Sequences Life Skills Freebie. This resource is priced accordingly.
Being able to sequence is required for telling how to complete tasks, telling about events, re-telling stories, and formulating stories, as well as for simply navigating through activities of daily living.
There are 2 visually assisted frames for ordering steps (first, next, last and first, next, then, last), as well as simple 3 and 4 sequence step visuals (which read left to right).
Sequence the text for an added layer of comprehension.
Try my other life skills resources, including
Where in the House Am I?
and Sorting the Laundry
There are more, too!