Winter Language Sequencing will definitely engage your students in many creative ways during those long winter days!
⭐ They can utilize:
using comparison of sequence and actions in pictures,
plus identifying what comes before, next, and last.
Telling a story using the pictures as a starting point.
► Oral Language:
Sharing a story or idea with a friend about what is happening in the vignette of these cards.
❄️ Included in this resource:
☀️ of sorting cards with cards in set.
Cards are in and have a that is or . (Two generic sorting mats are also included.)
⛄ Set A: My Snowman is Melting!
❄️ Set B: Snow Parade
⛄ Set C: Counting Robins to 20
❄️ Set D: Animals Making a Snowman.
⛄ Set E: A Boy Making a Snowman!
❄️ Set F: Fun Day At Snow and Ice Park!
⛄ Set G: I Can Build My Own Snowman!
❄️ Set H: Life cycle of a Penguin.
⛄ Set I: Bears and Llamas Reading!
❄️ Set J: Getting Dressed for Snow!
⛄ Set K: Snow Buds Dress a Snowman!
❄️ Set L: How to Build a Snowman!
⛄ Set M: Making a Fire in the Fireplace!
❄️ Set N: Making Snow Ice Cream!
⛄ Set O: Dressing a Penguin for Skiing!
❄️ Set P: Dressing a Snowman!
⛄ Set Q: Snowmen Build a Snow Fort!
❄️ Set R: Superheroes in the Snow!
⛄ Set S: Yeti Mom Making Hot Chocolate!
❄️ Set T: Penguins Build a Snowman!
→ Each set is also labeled with a letter and a character to help with upkeep and storage.
► The cards can also be used for oral language practice and writing.
✍ Five writing activities are included for the students to cut and sequence their
cards, and then write a sentence about each or to write their own story.
⭐ Some ideas on how to use these sequence activities:
✩ With partners
✩ Learning Centers
✩ Task at the beginning of a reading group
Other Related Resources:
Have fun and enjoy!