Use this product to sequence the story, “Christmas Trolls” by Jan Brett. There are two versions of this product included. One has definite shapes that can easily be matched by younger children. The other has same shape requiting students to read or correctly identify pictures to put the story in order. You know your students best, so you have several choices. Print, copy and use. I like to run it on 11x17 paper or large construction paper.
Sequencing "Lily's Purple Plastic Purse" by Kevin Henkes
Use this product to teach your students about poetry, sequencing, eye hand co-ordination, sentence structure, and much more. There are 17 poems each with three ways to use it. There are word strips for a pocket chart, large icons with text for sequencing in the floor and smaller icons with test for sequencing on construction paper. Print what you need for your students. Easy to differentiate.
Use this product to sequence the poem “Five Little Turkeys”. There are three ways to do this. The first has five turkeys and text boxes to be put into a pocket chart. The second, has large turkeys with text to be sequenced on the floor. The last has small turkeys with text to be sequenced onto a large sheet of construction paper.
Use this product to help your early readers sequence the story. Copy the flaps with numbers and then either the set of pictures or words. Have students cut and match. Then you have two options. 1) they can glue the word or pictures onto a piece of manila paper. Then, add the flaps with number on top. 2) they can glue the numbers and other set back to back. These can be strung in correct order on yarn and worn as a story necklace.
Use this product to sequence the story by Ed Young. There are other versions of the story that could also be sequenced using these mice. There are several ways to sequence using this product. There are pictures for lower level students, words only for highest level students, and a mix for those in between. Look through the whole product before printing so you will be confident of what you use with your children. Great for differentiation. Answers included.
Use this product to help your students sequence the story, Twas the Night Before Christmas by Clement Moore. Start by reading the story to your students. Give them the large paper and either the words or pictures to sequence. Before hand, print all papges.
Use this product to teach your students sequencing. This is based on the book “Fish Had a Wish” by Michael Garland. Read the book to your students and then they can put the fish in correct sequence. Easy to differentiate with both word cards and picture cards. Use whole group, small group, or as a center. Just print, copy and use.
Use this product to sequence “Jack and the Beanstalk”. Easy to differentiate with either pictures or words. Read the story to your students and then discuss as a whole group. Students can then work the sequence in a whole group, small group or even in a center. This product will also work as a tutoring, enrichment or intervention activity. Print, copy and go.