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FREE printable Sequencing worksheets for preschool and kindergarten kids. Includes 15 activities featuring seasonal themes, hygiene such as brushing teeth, washing hands, and fire safety. Great for language and literacy development!
Use these sequencing cards printable to teach many skills to your preschooler including order, vocabulary, and critical thinking.
Avital Golovanov saved to גינה
Free Sequencing Cards and Color Matching for Pre K-K-1---3 free printables for sequencing picture story cards, colors, and a game.
Deborah Stone saved to For the Home
Use these story sequencing cards printable activities to teach sequencing and order to your preschoolers. These cards will help preschoolers visualize and retell their favorite stories.
Chiewling Tay saved to Learning Loft
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Help kids practice their early sequencing skills with this story sequence worksheet. This planting flowers sequencing worksheet has four different pictures showing different steps of planting flowers including getting a pot ready, planting seeds, watering them and having them grow. Kids are asked to write the numbers 1 - 4 next to the pictures to put them in sequence.
Aya Mansour saved to وصف صوره و ترتيب الأفعال
Sequencing is understanding how a series of objects, events, and time occur in a specific and logical order. This is a very important concept for preschool children to develop, as it allows children to recognize patterns that make the...
Sterling Therapy saved to Sequencing
This running a race sequencing worksheet has four different pictures showing different steps of a boy running a race including getting in the starting stance, running in the race, crossing the finish line and getting a medal. Kids are asked to write the numbers 1 - 4 next to the pictures to put them in sequence.
Digital Story Sequencing “3 Step Movable Sequencing Stories Picture Cards / Simple Story Retell” 22 Stories (google slides/PPT) will be loved by your kids. They are super engaging and would make a great fun Fridays distance learning resource. These 3 step sequencing cards will help develop children’s thinking skills and are a great way to help articulate their speech! All the Pictures are movable including first, next and last buttons. So, use them in as many ways as possible – sequencing…
Help kids practice their ability to put different steps of a process in sequence. This bed time sequencing worksheet has four different pictures showing different steps of the bedtime routine including a child being tired, brushing teeth, reading books in bed and then in bed asleep. Kids are asked to write the numbers 1 - 4 next to the pictures to put them in sequence.
Ashly Jebin saved to Phonological processes