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Summer Digital Sequencing Activity for 1st Grade and Kindergarten, 2nd

Grade Levels
K - 2nd, Homeschool
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22 student slides (11 with moveable pieces, 11 writing) + a few teacher-only slides
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Description

This interactive, fully digital activity is perfect for teaching sequencing with Kindergarten and First Grade students or reviewing sequencing with second grade students. The summer theme makes it a great end of year activity or a fun digital introduction to sequencing at the beginning of the year. Understanding the sequencing of events is an essential skill for emerging writers, and these interactive slides allow students to practice this skill digitally in two different ways (and with a fun, seasonally appropriate summer theme).


First, students will look at a series of three pictures. They need to identify which picture came first, next, and last. Then, they'll drag the appropriate image to the appropriate box (First/Next/Last) using their mouse (or finger, for ipads or touch screens).


After successfully ordering the pictures on the slide, the second slide is a follow-up writing activity. Teachers have the option of having the students create three sentences to describe the events (First..., Next..., Last...). A sample is provided in the "preview" thumbnails for this product and in the slides themselves as a model for students. On the writing slides, there is an editable text field for teachers to specify their own instructions for how they'd like students to respond (by typing, writing on their own paper, etc.). If you don't want your students to complete this follow-up writing activity, you can simply delete those slides.

There are a total of 22 activity slides in this deck (11 sequencing click-and-drag slides and 11 follow-up writing slides). Please see the previews and thumbnails for additional details.

This summer-themed sequencing digital activity is simple enough to execute that even preschoolers engaging in distance learning or hybrid learning can manage the technology, though I find "first, next, last" to be a skill primarily taught in kindergarten and first grade.

If you want to save a record of your students' responses, you can have your student (or their parent) save their finished slideshow and submit it back to you using your district's preferred learning management system.

This digital activity was created using Google Slides, but it will also work with PowerPoint. *It may be compatible with other software, but Google Slides & PowerPoint are the only ones that have been tested and that I can guarantee.

This can also be a fun activity to do at home, especially if you have a lengthy summer vacation. Because it's easy to do, teachers might want to post the activity for students to do with their parents to keep students engaged and their technology skills and expectations fresh for their return the following year.

When you purchase this product, you'll receive a pdf with the Google Slides product link to make a unique copy of the slide deck for your classroom. This allows you to make any additions/deletions/edits you deem necessary to the slideshow before sharing it with or assigning it to your students.

If you're looking for other digital learning activities for the K-2 classroom, you may also want to check out my:

*Beginning Blends Interactive Digital Phonics Activity

*Digital Digraphs Caterpillar Word-Building Activity

*Digital Language Arts Bundle for Kindergarten, First, and Second Grade

*Summer Word Problem Practice - Digital

*Digital Winter-Themed Sequencing Activity

*Digital CVC Snowman Word Family Building

*Valentine's Day-Themed Sequencing Activity

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Thank you and enjoy!

Total Pages
22 student slides (11 with moveable pieces, 11 writing) + a few teacher-only slides
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Write narratives in which they recount a well-elaborated event or short sequence of events, include details to describe actions, thoughts, and feelings, use temporal words to signal event order, and provide a sense of closure.
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.

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