This minilesson helps students with the reading comprehension skill of sequencing. In it, they will use directions for how to make papier-mâché. First, 8 sentences with the steps for making a papier-mâché head are presented in the correct order. Each step has a corresponding drawing to go with it. Next, students are shown a letter that a fictional child, Kate writes to Lee, explaining how she made the papier-mâché head. When Kate gets a little mixed-up, your students are asked to help her out by labeling the sentences of Kate’s letter in the correct order. Those having trouble can refer to the first page with the correct steps and corresponding drawings. In this way, you are giving them a reading strategy to use. Once, students have labelled the numbers on the sentences of the mixed-up letter, they are asked to rewrite Kate’s entire letter with all the sentences in the right order. This minilesson is useful for teaching steps in a process. It also serves as a nice example if you are teaching your students to process write “How To … “ papers or the expository writing of steps in a process. The minilesson is easy to print off, and the 4th page is the answer key.