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If You Give a Mouse a Cookie sequencing printables will help your students retell and sequence their favorite story! This free preschool printable includes four versions to allow for differentiation.
Story sequencing activities are great for young learners. They help kids retell stories, pick out important parts of the story, and order events within a given story.
Give your preschoolers a jump start with this sequencing activity featuring Laura Numeroff’s If You Give a Mouse a Cookie.
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie is a circular story from Laura Numeroff. It follows a silly mouse through his day as a young boy gives him a cookie which makes him ask for milk which leads him on a journey right back to cookie at the end at the end of the story.
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie Sequencing Printables
Read If You Give a Mouse a Cookie to your preschoolers. Be sure to share the pictures as you read so they can follow Mouse through his busy day.
Afterward, show them the sequencing discs, and see if they can put the discs in order as you read the story aloud once more.
This activity is very low-prep. Just print out the pages you need, cut out the sequencing discs, and you’re all set.
To use this as a group activity, print the activity on regular printer paper. If you want to use this in a center or as a reusable activity, laminate the sequencing mat and discs. Then, use velcro dots to attach the discs to the mat.
With four different sets of sequencing cards included, you can use this activity with a variety of skill levels. Kids can use the blank discs or the labeled ones. Or, they can use the discs with ordinal numbers – numerals or words.
When completing these sequencing activities at home, I find that the following resources are very helpful to have on hand:
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