“Very Basic 4-Sequence How-To’s.” I created these sequencing sets
for my students who desperately struggle with understanding the concept of sequencing, receptively and expressively. I created basic sequencing cards for tasks that most students are familiar with. Also, the visual organizer gives students additional support in understanding what is expected.. My students have had great success with this activity, and I hope yours do too!
I have used this with students with autism, auditory processing weakness, learning delays, and learning handicapped and even severely handicapped population.
Sequencing activities for: Brushing Teeth, Daily Routine, Washing hands, Taking a bath, Making cookies, Cycle of a Butterfly, Getting lunch at School, Asking a Question in Class, Getting Dressed, Going to Bed Routine, Watching TV, Answering the Phone, Preparing a Bowl of Cereal, Making an Ice Cream Cone, Building a Snowman, Checking a Book Out at the Library.
Included in this bundle:
Visual organizer with First, 2nd, then, Finally (Words and picture representation of each)
Visual Organizer with First, 2nd, then, Finally (words)
Visual Organizer with blanks for First, Second, Then, Finally (so you can customize to what sequencing words you use)
Visual Organizer with (1, 2, 3, 4)
Fifteen 4-sequence sets
Fifteen tasks that go with 4-sequence sets.
5 grids for storing sequences cards.
4 grids for storing all task cards.