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 reading. I mean, who really wants to just read words for nothing?! What I have done is developed my sequence of events ideas into a product that now makes it so you can teach sequence of events with ANY book that is a fiction or a non-fiction story! That way no matter what program you are using you can tie these activities in with it. I have laid out for you a simple way to use “Hey Diddle Diddle”/ or “The Itsy Bitsy Spider” to help initially teach sequence of events in a fun act it out kind of way. Along with some simple worksheets to help them recognize sequencing in pictures of well known nursery rhymes and activities. Other than that; all crafts, graphic organizers, ect, have no limit to what book to tie it in with.
Teaching Outline Suggestions
C.C.S.S. Addressed for Kindergarten 1st, and 2nd Grade
Act Out Sequence of Events with The Itsy Bitsy Spider and Hey Diddle Diddle
Teaching Cards/ Anchor Poster Examples/ Posters for your Focus Wall
Sequence of Events Song
Sequence of Events Graphic Organizers and Worksheets
Interactive Notebook Pages
Sequence of Events Cartoon Face Craft
Sequence of Events Tiger Craft
Sequence of Events Banana Bunch Craft
Sequence of Events Lollipop Craft
Sequence of Events Airplane Craft
Sequence of Events Electric Craft
Sequence of Events Comprehension Tri-Folds (2)
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