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Sequencing activities are great for building language and literacy skills. Start with familiar stories to help build sequencing vocabulary (first, then).

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Sequencing Mats for Teaching Sequencing Skills

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Old Lady Who Swallowed... Matching & Sequencing Printables

FREE printable matching and sequencing activities to go along with the book series Old Lady Who Swallowed..., including a fly, a pie, a bat, a bell, a shell, a chick, a rose, a clover, some leaves, some snow, some books. Great book activity for toddlers, preschool and kindergarten.

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Graphic Organizer Freebie

Classroom Freebies Too: Graphic Organizer Freebie. 3 free graphic organizers that can be used with any fiction picture book. Includes story map and 2 sequencing activities.

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Free Nursery Rhymes Sequencing Printables

FREE printable set of Nursery Rhymes sequence puzzles, including Humpty Dumpty, Hey Diddle Diddle, Itsy Bitsy Spider, Baa Baa Black Sheep, Hickory Dickory Dock, Jack and Jill, and Three Blind Mice. Perfect for early literacy and reading comprehension for toddlers, preschool and kindergarten.

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Sequencing Stories ~ First, Next, Then, Last {Set 2}

Students will sequence stories using the words first, next, then, and last. There are three activities included with each sequencing story for differentiation.

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Sequencing Stories ~ First, Next, Then, Last {Set 1}

For these activities, students will sequence stories using the words first, next, then, and last. There are three activities included with each sequencing story for differentiation.

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