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Don’t miss these spring sequence cards that include puzzles, a sequencing mat, and storytelling page for 3 step sequencing cards.
This set of 3 step spring sequencing cards feature spring activities which include dressing for a rainy day, blowing bubbles, planting flowers, and more.
They are perfect for discussing the order in which events occur. This skill is important for storytelling and ordering events.
These sequence activities are a fun way to practice sequencing with a bit of writing for those older kids who are ready for it.
Spring Sequence Cards
This sequencing printables pack offers three different types of sequencing activities. They can be used in literacy centers, as a whole group activity, and independently.
First, you’ll find a set of 3-part sequencing puzzles. Print the pages on cardstock and laminate them for durability to keep the activity intact so it can be used over and over again.
Cut the puzzles apart so that you have three pieces for each one. Each puzzle piece is labeled so kids can keep the pieces together.Spread out the pieces, and have kids assemble each puzzle in the order the events happen.
To make this a self-correcting activity, you can put small stickers on the back of each puzzle so that each puzzle has matching stickers.
You could also number the back of each puzzle piece so that kids can flip them over and check the order to see if they them in the correct order.
Next, you’ll find a spring sequencing mat and a set of sequencing cards. Again, print out the pages and laminate them for durability.
I put small velcro dots on each of the three spaces on the mat and on the back of the sequencing cards.
Have children choose a set of cards and put them in the proper order. Then, have them tell you story about the pictures.
Finally, there is a story telling page. Have students choose their favorite set of sequencing cards. Glue them in order on the story telling page. Then, write or dictate a sentence about each picture to creating a story.
You could copy one page for each student or laminate the storytelling page to use as a center activity. If you laminate the page, use velcro dots to order the cards and then use a dry erase marker to write the sentences.
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT SPRING
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about spring. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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A Little Book About Spring – Spring is a time of budding trees, chirping birds, and croaking frogs. Discover these and more wonders of spring in this delightful board book inspired by the works of legendary children’s book author-illustrator Leo Lionni.
And Then It’s Spring – Following a snow-filled winter, a young boy and his dog decide that they’ve had enough of all that brown and resolve to plant a garden. They dig, they plant, they play, they wait . . . and wait . . . until at last, the brown becomes a more hopeful shade of brown, a sign that spring may finally be on its way.
Everything Spring – Young children can see, hear, and feel the warmth of springtime by reading and learning all about chicks, bunnies, and the other baby animals that come out to play in springtime.
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.
Sequencing Picture Cards
This set of spring sequencing cards offers three activities for preschoolers. Low-prep activities make set up quick and easy so you can basically just print, cut, and go.
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