How to Dress for Winter Sequencing for Preschoolers
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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.
This sequencing activity for preschoolers is perfect for practicing the order of things this winter. It can be used as a whole group activity or done independently. You can also add the image cards to a visual board for special needs children.
Preschoolers can have tons of fun with these sequencing activities. Talk about the “why” behind the “how to dress for winter” sequence. Why don’t we put our mittens on before our boots? Why don’t we put our boots on before our snow pants?
I bet you can make up some really silly scenarios to help your preschoolers see the logic behind the sequence. Download these free winter printables to get started!
Winter Sequencing for Preschoolers
This pack of sequencing cards and activities contains story cards, image cards, story/image cards, a sequencing mat, and a writing page. Each of these can be used individually, or they can be used as a whole set within a lesson.
I like to start out by introducing the object cards. Help your child name each picture. Then, see if they can guess what order to put the items on when they get dressed to go outside.
Next, try the story/image cards. There are five of these. They feature a sequence step and an image. See if your preschoolers can put them in order. Then, read the sentences and see if they want to make any changes to their sequence.
Finally, I like to use the story cards with the image cards. I read the story cards aloud and have students put the image cards in order as I read each clothing item.
My favorite part of this pack is the sequencing mat. I cut out the five sequencing cards, and put them in random order in the bottom row of boxes.
Then, read (or have your kids read) the story and put the sequencing cards in order.
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT Winter
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about winter. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
Snow Clothes – Describes the clothing kids need to play in the snow.
The Jacket I Wear in the Snow – Rhyme follows rhyme as layer after layer of winter clothing (“bunchy and hot, wrinkled a lot, stiff in the knee, and too big for me!”) is first put on and then taken off to the relief of the child bundled inside.
Thomas’ Snowsuit – Thomas thinks his new snowsuit is the ugliest thing he has ever seen in his whole entire life. When his mother, his teacher, and even his principal try to get him to put it on, his answer is, “NNNNNO.”
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I love this idea. I will be saving it for later because I do have a preschooler! Thank you for sharing at #OMHGWW and hope to see you next week!
I love this idea
Great for students that need to learn life skills and practice sequencing.