6 Scene Sequencing Cards

If you have a kindergartner at home or in your classroom, you’ll want to check out these free printable 6 scene sequencing cards!

These free printable sequencing cards are perfect for helping your little ones understand the sequence of events in a story, and will help budding writers get their creative juices flowing.

Each of the sequencing cards has a different picture on it, with accompanying text to help tell the story.

Free printables are a great way to add some extra fun and engagement to your kindergarten lessons. By incorporating printables into your lesson plans, you can help your students stay focused and engaged while also reinforcing key concepts.

Sequencing Events

There are a variety of free sequencing worksheets available here on the blog covering a wide range of topics. For example, you can find printables that focus on popular stories, everyday activities, and so much more.

What is Sequencing Events?

Teaching kindergarteners about sequencing events is an important part of their education. Sequencing events means putting them in order, usually from first to last. This is a critical skills for kindergarteners to learn, since it lays the foundation for later success in reading and writing.

There are many ways to sequence events, but a simple way to do it is to use pictures. Have the kindergarteners look at a series of pictures and then put them in order. As they do this, talk about what is happening in each picture and how that relates to the other pictures. This will help them start to understand how to sequence events.

Once they have a good grasp of the concept, you can move on to more difficult exercises, such as putting event cards in order or writing out a sequence of events from a story.

By teaching kindergarteners about sequencing events, you are helping them develop important skills that will benefit them throughout their lives.

Preparing the Activities

This activity pack includes one sorting mat and five sequencing stories. I suggest printing all of these pages on cardstock and laminating them for durability.

Then, cut part the story sequencing cards. You can store each set in a ziplock baggie or a small plastic box.

Put a small velcro dot on each square on the sorting mat and on the back of each set of sequencing cards.

Sequencing Worksheets

Prepare the sequencing worksheets as described above. Then, there are many ways you can use them with your preschoolers and kindergarteners.

• The most obvious way to use them is to use them as traditional sequencing cards. Choose one story to sequence. Mix up the sequencing cards, and have your child put them in order on the sequencing mat.

• You can use these worksheets for writing practice. Once your child has sequenced the activities, they can write the sentences in order to tell a story.

• Have children act out the stories after putting the cards in order.

Best Stories for Sequencing

When it comes to finding picture books for sequencing, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, look for books with clear and consistent illustrations. This will help your child to identify the key events in the story.

Second, look for stories with simple plots. This will make it easier for your child to put the events in order.

Finally, look for books with familiar themes. This will help your child to connect the story to their own life experiences.

With these criteria in mind, here are a few of the best picture books for sequencing:

The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle: This classic picture book follows the life cycle of a caterpillar, from egg to butterfly. The simple plot and colorful illustrations make it an ideal choice for toddlers and preschoolers.

Goldilocks and the Three Bears by James Marshall: This classic fairy tale tells the story of a little girl who enters the home of three bears and eats their porridge, sits in their chairs, and sleeps in their beds.

Sequencing Daily Activities Worksheets

If your kids have enjoyed these worksheets, be sure to check out these additional sequencing activities that are perfect for preschool and kindergarten.

Sequencing Resources

• Wooden sequencing puzzles are a great way for younger kids to practice sequencing events.

• This wooden moon phases puzzle is a great way for children to visualize and sequence the phases of the moon.

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