Story Retelling and Sequencing BUNDLE | Special Education and Autism Resource
These themed flap books are PERFECT practice for story retelling and sequencing. Each resource in this BUNDLE includes 4 short passages with visual support on an interactive flap book. Each passage includes 3 sentences with visual support for students to cut and paste in sequential order or students have the option to write a sentence independently. Students use the flap book as support to retell the story. Interactive flap books are a great way to engage students in story sequencing activities.
There are a total of 41 passages to practice story retelling and sequencing in this BUNDLE! The stories are simple, cute, and related to most seasons and holidays throughout the school year. This story retell BUNDLE was specifically created for students who may have a strength in fluency, and a weakness in comprehension.
⭐️ Great for special education classrooms and students with Autism.
⭐️ Color and black/white versions included for each resource!
This BUNDLE includes a total of 41 Sequencing Flap Books
(4 passages per resource, plus a 1 Freebie):
⭐️ This BUNDLE also includes a BONUS file to track student progress!
⭐️ Check out the preview to see a sample of one of the Fall passages.
⭐️ Download the Back to School Story Retelling Sequencing Flap Book FREEBIE and try out the resource in your classroom!
What other teachers are saying...
❤️ Nicole C. says "I love that this resource has the photos in the story as well as for the sequencing section. I utilized this resource for my student learning goals this year and it was perfect to show my student's understanding of sequencing story elements. Thank you for such a valuable resource!"
❤️ Marilyn C. says "Great resource for working on story retelling and sequencing. I love the visual support in the reading passage. This makes reading comprehension easier for my ESE students and helps them to be more independent."
❤️ Sarah O. says "FINALLY, a resource that fits the goal! I have a student who has a retell goal. He struggles with both receptive and expressive language, and reading comprehension. He needs picture supports, like most of my students, to do work like this. I finally sat down with him and worked on a few of these stories. AMAZING! He actually enjoyed it, the rebus was the perfect extra support he needed, and although he has a hard time remembering all of what I read to him, he is able to match the pictures in the order of the story, and was able to tell me why he choose each picture for the sequence by retelling that small little part. Thank you so much for this! I wish there was more like it. I literally can't find anything similar yet."
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