This activity is a great way to help your students understand the concept of sequencing their sentences correctly.
This activity is intended for individual use, so multiple copies may be required for use within literacy circle activities.
Simply cut out the boxes and place them in the column that they go with - when = the time it happened, who = the person the sentence is about, what = the activity the person was participating in, where = the place the activity occurred.
When read from left to right the boxes, if placed in the correct column, will form a perfectly sequenced sentence.
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