Over the past few months, I have created many story sequencing cards based on popular children’s books. I’ve received so much positive feedback, that I’ve decided to continue making them.
As the seasons change and holidays roll around, I’ll choose books that fit those themes. Otherwise, I’m going to raid my kids’ bookshelves and make sequencing activities for some of our favorites.
Story Sequencing Cards
The story sequence cards are listed in alphabetical order to make it easier for you to find what you’re looking for.
These Bear Snores On sequencing cards are a great way to talk about animals and hibernation.
Growing Vegetable Soup story sequence cards are a great way to help students retell this simple story.
If You Give a Cat a Cupcake story sequencing cards are a great way to help students retell their favorite story!
If You Give a Mouse a Cookie sequencing printables will help your students retell and sequence their favorite story!
Kids can practice storytelling with these free printable Little Red Hen sequencing cards. They can be used in three hands-on activities.
Young learners will practice ordering events with this set of The Mitten story sequence activities.
Don’t miss these free printable nursery rhyme sequencing cards. They’re perfect for preschool and kindergarten kids. Set includes posters, sequencing cards, and more!
Young readers will have a blast with this Snowmen at Night sequencing activity.
Recommended Resources for Sequencing
More Resources for your favorite stories
This Dr Seuss preschool snack idea is so much fun! These Put Me in the Zoo inspired cookies are as yummy as they are cute!
These cookie crafts for preschoolers are perfect for your letter of the week activities or to do alongside your favorite cookie-themed picture books!
This winter, be sure to read Jan Brett’s The Mitten with your kids. Then, choose one or more of these The Mitten printable activities to extend the learning.
As always, if you’re looking for story sequencing activities to go with your favorite picture book, leave me a comment. I’ll add it to my growing list of books to sequence.