This activity targets sequencing and is appropriate for students who are readers. Many of my students have difficulty organizing their thoughts in order to effectively express themselves. I usually begin targeting this skill by having my students put 3-4 step sequences in a logical order. We discuss the reasons why the steps make sense in a specific order. This activity is designed to be two-fold: putting the cards in a logical sequence and naming the sequence (ex. introducing yourself to the new student: say “hi,” say “my name is ____,” say “what’s your name?”).
pg. 3: mats for 3 and 4 step sequences
pg. 4-9: 3 step sequences (red and purple snails) x12
pg. 10-15: 4 step sequences (orange and pink snails) x12
pg. 16: writing page for 3 step sequences
pg. 17: writing page for 4 step sequences
pg. 18-19: blank pages to add your own
*There are symbols on each set of cards to allow for easy sorting!*
This activity could also be used for articulation or fluency practice!
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