If you are looking to improve retelling and story writing skills, these sequencing puzzles are good practice for identifying order of events.
In this resource you will find:
30 puzzles (both colored graphics and line art options are included)
Sequencing writing page
Puzzle template page
The writing page can be used in several ways:
1. Have children choose a puzzle, draw the pictures in the correct order, and then write sentence to explain what is happening in the picture.
2. Instruct students to write a beginning, middle, and end. You could also use first, next, and then or finally.
3. Let students create their own sequencing pictures and story.
4. Children draw pictures from a puzzle set and then write about what would happen next if another picture was added to the sequence.
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Do your students need more practice with sequencing activities? Try sequencing stories with pictures using my Story Sequencing Puzzles or use my differentiated Sequencing Worksheets for independent work.