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Start building a strong foundation for math and reading by introducing sequencing skills to your preschoolers. These free printable sequencing cards will get you started.
I’ve enjoyed sharing sequencing activities for preschoolers. They are so important for helping little ones learn to make order of the world around them.
Sequencing is also a building block for early math and literacy skills. These sequencing cards are a great way to let preschoolers practice sequencing activities they are already familiar with.
Kids will begin to make sense of the order in which events happen when you introduce these free printable sequencing cards for kids. Homeschool Preschool
Your little sports fans will love this free mini-baseball themed sequencing set. In it, you’ll find clip cards and a writing page for kids to record the sequence. 3 Dinosaurs
This set of free sequencing worksheets covers 15 topics which include personal hygiene and seasonal activities. Totschooling
Not only can your kids put these frog life cycle cards in order, you can print multiple copies to turn them into a fun memory matching game. Rainy Day Mum
Nothing says summer like a s’more! Your kids will love this s’mores sequencing crown. Then, be sure to check out her pretend play s’mores props. They’re so cute! Books and Giggles
This mini-nativity themed sequencing set is perfect for the holidays. Kids can put the cards in order, mark the order on the clip cards, and then write the sequence on the writing page. 3 Dinosaurs
Kids will love ordering the events in this Spring Sequencing Cards Printable. This is a great way to introduce preschoolers to sequencing! Homeschool Preschool
If you’re studying plants and/or seeds in your preschool, be sure to download these plant sequencing cards. They’re a great addition to your science activities. File Folder Fun
Kids can learn the order of things with these 3 step sequencing puzzles. Each puzzle features activities your preschoolers will encounter in their daily lives. Homeschool Preschool
I love that this set of snowman sequencing cards uses the words first, then, next, and last in addition to using ordinal numbers. 3 Dinosaurs
Don’t miss these spring sequence cards that include puzzles, a sequencing mat, and storytelling page for 3 step sequencing cards. Homeschool Preschool
If you’re looking for a fun game for your kids to play this Christmas, try out these fun Christmas story sequencing cards. The Crafty Classroom
This life cycle sequencing card bundle contains cards for chickens, dogs, snakes, fish, frogs, and several insects. Pinay Homeschooler
These caterpillar sequencing cards will help preschoolers learn to recognize patterns and understand how events occur in a specific order. Frogs and Fairies
Autumn is the perfect time of year to practice sequencing how to make an apple pie. 3 Dinosaurs
Skip counting puzzles help kids practice number order. These puzzles will help kids practice skip counting by 1, 2, 5, and 10. Life Over C’s
This How to Dress for Winter sequencing for preschoolers activity pack is a great visual to help little ones practice independence as they get dressed this winter. Homeschool Preschool
Patterning is another way to practice sequencing as kids try to determine what comes next based on the pattern provided. This popsicle stick pattern cards bundle contains 12 cards for kids to practice with. Playdough to Plato
Here’s another fun set of pattern strips for kids. These bear counter pattern strips are designed to be used with rainbow bear counters. You can grab some rainbow bears of your own if you don’t have any on hand. The Measured Mom
This winter, preschoolers can practice sequencing with this set of “how to build a snowman” sequence card printables. They’re perfect for your winter lessons. Homeschool Preschool
Sequencing puzzles are a great way to encourage problem solving skills! These puzzles have kids sequencing size, numbers, seed to flower, making an apple pie, and more.
This set of 26 four-step sequencing cards is perfect for little ones. And, they’re numbered on the back to make them self-checking.
Picture sequencing cards will help you begin to build a strong foundation for logical thinking with your preschoolers. Which ones will you try first?