Sequencing Stories with Picture Cards and Puzzles Bundle

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    Practice story retell and sequence concepts in speech therapy all year with this bundle of 96 picture stories! You get spring, summer, winter, and fall stories with a variety of leveled sequencing activities to meet your student's needs.

    It's easy to differentiate with these adorable 3 & 4-step picture sequences because there are a variety of activities: puzzles, cards, mats, poster, cut and paste printables and writing too.

    This bundle will also help you target describing, prediction, sentence construction, and writing simple sentences with seasonal and holiday themes.

    Some students need support in simply describing the action on a single picture, others are able to sequence and retell multi-step picture stories. These cute and colorful stories will meet the needs of a wide range of learners.


    No Color Ink? No problem. Ink-Saving BW Printing options provided!


    CONTENTS: 184 Useable Pages, 96 Picture stories, Differentiated Activities for 2-step, 3-step and 4-step Sequencing

    • 48 three-step Picture Sequences provided 3 ways to allow you to differentiate for your students.

    ➞3-step Puzzles to provide support for the correct sequence - beginning level

    ➞3-step Square Picture Cards to use with included Sequencing Mats - intermediate level

    ➞3-step BW Picture Cards for cut and paste writing activities -advanced level

    • 48 four-step Picture Sequences provided 3 ways to allow you to differentiate for your students:

    ➞4-step Puzzles to provide extra support for the correct sequence - beginning level

    ➞4-step Square Picture Cards to use with included Sequencing Mats - intermediate level

    ➞4-step BW Picture Cards for cut and paste writing activities - advanced level

    • Four 2-step Sequencing Mat

    • Eight 3-step Sequencing Mats

    • Eight 4-step Sequencing Mats

    • Story Telling Posters for each season to help scaffold sentence construction and picture description.

    • 8 Single Picture Description Printables-Tell the Story and Tell the Tale. Glue a picture in the square. Write a sentence to tell the story. Includes scaffolds for picture description and sentence construction.

    • 8 Sequence, Write and Tell Printables- 3-step and 4-step- Glue the pictures in order, then write a sentence for each picture.

    • Answer Keys/ Story Strips- provides the story in sequence for matching- extra support for the very beginning level.

    Click the links below to see the list of sequences included in each pack

    Leveled Activities

    Beginning Level:- You may need to model describing each picture for beginners by telling the story first. Then your student will re-tell the story.

    1. Single Picture Description/ Writing- Have students choose a picture to describe, and glue it to the Tell The Tale or Tell the Story page. Use the story-telling poster to talk about how to describe the elements of the picture. Your student will describe the picture. If your student is practicing writing, have them write their sentence.

    2. Matching Level with Story Strips- Give your student one of the BW story strips, and the matching story cards. Your student will describe each card as they match the story.

    3. 3 and 4-Step Sequencing Puzzles- Your student will student sequence, then tell the story as they describe each picture.The puzzle format provides extra visual support for determining the correct order.

    4. 2-Step Sequencing Mats – choose 2 picture cards from any 3 or 4-step story that illustrate a clear first-then sequence. Your student will use the Sequencing Mat, put the pictures in order, then tell the story.

    Intermediate Level:-

    1. 3 and 4-step Sequencing Cards and Mats – choose any picture card story. Each story is labeled with a title to help students find the pictures that go together. Your student will use the Sequencing Mats, sequence and then tell the story.

    Advanced Level:-

    1. 3 and 4-step Let’s Sequence and Write Printables- Choose a BW Story. Your student will cut out, sequence and glue the story on the page, then write a sentence to describe each picture.

    2. Prediction- Give the student the first two or three cards in the sequence. Tell the story, then have students predict what happens last.


    Love Sequencing Activities? Check out these packs:

    Spring Picture Story Sequencing Retell and Write

    Summer Picture Story Sequencing Retell and Write

    Fall Picture Story Sequencing Retell and Write

    Winter Picture Story Sequencing Retell and Write


    ❤ More winter speech and language activities! Just click the green text to see more.

    Snowmen at Night Speech Therapy Companion

    Winter Speech Vocabulary Games for Christmas, Winter and Valentine's Day

    Valentine Bingo Riddles

    The Mitten Story Companion


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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Write narratives in which they recount two or more appropriately sequenced events, include some details regarding what happened, use temporal words to signal event order, and provide some sense of closure.
    Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to narrate a single event or several loosely linked events, tell about the events in the order in which they occurred, and provide a reaction to what happened.
    Retell stories, including key details, and demonstrate understanding of their central message or lesson.
    With prompting and support, retell familiar stories, including key details.


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