14 different story sequencing or story retell activity sheets to match any book! No prep, just print and go!
There are both colour copies and black and white, as well as one with clipart for students to colour in to decorate the page. This is great for differentiation, as there are some templates with more boxes for those students who are ready to recall more events, and less for those who are working on the basics. There are also some that are just boxes for students to draw, some with room to write and draw, some with the first word as a prompt (first, then, next, afterwards, finally) and some just to write in - take your pic according to your student needs! These will work with any story and can be used time and time again throughout the year!
We use them during reading comprehension, for homework to match home readers, in our literacy block and to match our weekly big books. I have also laminated them previously for a literacy rotation! Another great idea is getting students who have difficulty with sequencing in order to first draw in everything they can remember, and then re-read, and attempt to cut and paste them in the correct order afterwards.