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- This bundle includes a 100% digital sequencing activity paired with a fully printable version of the same sequencing tasks-- both ideal for kindergarten and first grade students (or reviewing with second grade students). This summer-themed bundle is ideal for teachers who want to be prepared for bot$4.75$6.75Save $2.00
- These printable sequence activities are ideal for teaching sequencing with kindergarten and first grade students (or reviewing sequencing with second grade students who need additional help). Understanding the sequencing of events is an essential skill for emerging writers, and these fun story seque$10.00$12.75Save $2.75
This printable sequencing activity is perfect for teaching sequences with first grade students or kindergartners (or reviewing sequencing with second grade students who need additional help). Understanding the sequencing of events is an essential skill for emerging writers, and these summer-themed sequencing activities are perfect for an end of the year language arts activity, a summer school activity, or even a back to school introduction to sequencing skills.
First, students will look at a series of three pictures. They need to identify which picture came first, next, and last. Then, they'll cut and paste the appropriate image to the appropriate box (First/Next/Last). This is great fine motor practice as well.
After successfully ordering the pictures, the second half of each page is a follow-up writing activity. Students create three sentences to describe the events (First..., Next..., Last...). Lines are provided for students to encourage proper letter formation (so this is also a great handwriting activity for students who need extra handwriting practice).
Though I find "first, next, last" to be a skill primarily taught in kindergarten and first grade, it can be a helpful review for struggling second graders. It can also be used with preschoolers, but I recommend skipping the writing part (the second half of each page) and turning that into a class or group discussion.
In total, this activity includes ten different sequence + writing pages (plus one sample writing page). See preview images for additional details.
*Note: These sequences and accompanying writing activities are the SAME as the ones that appear in the Summer Digital Sequencing Activity for 1st Grade & Kindergarten. That activity is structured differently, as that one is 100% digital and meant for distance learning or hybrid learning, but the content is essentially the same.
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