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Use these story sequencing activities for preschoolers to help your little ones practice ordering events. They’re great for storytelling, too!
We love story sequencing cards! They’re so much fun to use with preschoolers. Add them to your preschool and kindergarten literacy lessons. Kids can use them to put the story in order, pick out important events, and practice their storytelling skills.
Story Sequencing Activities for Preschoolers
Sequencing activities are important for young children, because they help develop skills that are important for basic skills. Sequencing is an important part of reading comprehension and science literacy.
When your kids make a Three Little Pigs sequencing crown, they’ll put events from the story in order as they make a paper crown they can wear. Homeschool Preschool
I love this simple The Gigantic Turnip story sequencing game which only requires the book, a stack of index cards, and some markers. Creative Family Fun
Preschoolers will learn the nativity story with these nativity sequencing pictures. This free set is perfect for preschool Christmas activities. Homeschool Preschool
At Christmas time, you can print out these sequencing cards so that your preschoolers can sequence the Nativity Story. Rainy Day Mum
In the spring and summer, your kids will love these sequencing puppets that go with There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Frog. The Preschool Toolbox
Your preschoolers will love this Itsy Bitsy Spider sequencing activity! It’s so colorful, and it’s the perfect sequencing activity for your spider theme! Homeschool Preschool
Young learners will practice ordering events with this set of The Mitten story sequence activities. Set includes sequencing discs, mat, and character cards. Homeschool Preschool
Kids will love sequencing the places “visited” as they make a Going on a Bear Hunt map. Buggy and Buddy
When you have your kids make a Cinderella story sequencing crown, they’ll sequence events from the story to make a paper crown to wear. Teaching with Children’s Books
Don’t miss these free printable nursery rhyme sequencing cards is perfect for preschool and kindergarten kids. Set includes posters, sequencing cards, and more! Homeschool Preschool
Kids can practice storytelling with these free printable Little Red Hen sequencing cards. They can be used in three hands-on activities. Homeschool Preschool
Put together a series of story boxes for a delightful hands-on way for kids to sequence events and characters. The Empowered Educator Online
LEGO fans will love building a zoo and adding animal figures as you introduce them when you read Goodnight Gorilla. Adventure in a Box
Growing Vegetable Soup story sequence cards are a great way to help students retell this simple story. Includes picture cards, sequencing mat, and more. Homeschool Preschool
These Bear Snores On sequencing cards are a great way to talk about animals and hibernation. Practice retelling and sequencing the story. Homeschool Preschool
Encourage your kids to hold up their There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Bell cards as the object is mentioned in the story. The Preschool Toolbox
After reading Polar Bear, Polar Bear What Do You Hear, kids can assemble the polar bear storytelling crown to sequence the story. Books and Giggles
Add velcro dots to a paint stick to create a hands-on There Was an Old Lady story sequencing stick. ABC’s of Literacy
Young readers will have a blast with this Snowmen at Night sequencing activity. With four versions of the story sequencing cards, it’s easy to differentiate for all learning levels.
As you read There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed Some Leaves, have your preschoolers put the printable cards in order. The Preschool Toolbox
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. Homeschool Preschool
If You Give a Cat a Cupcake story sequencing cards are a great way to help students retell their favorite story! Four card styles allow for differentiation. Homeschool Preschool
Grab your copy of these Jack and Jill sequencing pictures today! Add them to your upcoming nursery rhyme or sequencing lessons.
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.