Winter Language and Writing Sequencing

Winter Language  and Writing Sequencing
Winter Language  and Writing Sequencing
Winter Language  and Writing Sequencing
Winter Language  and Writing Sequencing
Winter Language  and Writing Sequencing
Winter Language  and Writing Sequencing
Winter Language  and Writing Sequencing
Winter Language  and Writing Sequencing
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Winter Language Sequencing will definitely engage your students in many creative ways during those long winter days!

They can utilize:

►Critical Thinking:

using comparison of sequence and actions in pictures,

plus identifying what comes before, next, and last.

► Writing:

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:

☀️ Twenty sets of sorting cards with four cards in each set.

Cards are in color and have a sorting mat that is labeled for each. (Two generic sorting mats are also included.)

Themes on the cards are:

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.

Ten black line assessments with answer keys for students to use to practice their sequencing skill.

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.

Three sample writing pages are included.

⭐ Some ideas on how to use these sequence activities:

✫ Individually

✩ With partners

✩ Learning Centers

✩ Task at the beginning of a reading group

✩ Homework


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Log in to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Use end punctuation for sentences.
Produce and expand complete simple and compound declarative, interrogative, imperative, and exclamatory sentences in response to prompts.
Use verbs to convey a sense of past, present, and future (e.g., Yesterday I walked home; Today I walk home; Tomorrow I will walk home).
Produce and expand complete sentences in shared language activities.
Use frequently occurring nouns and verbs.
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