Sunday, July 6, 2014

Sequencing Practice in Kindergarten and First Grade

Do your students need practice with sequencing? As you know, this is such an important comprehension skill. In addition to practicing sequencing while reading books together, we do a little activity that we call, "Read and Sequence". I know, not very original. ;) I started making these years ago to go along with my literacy centers. Last year, I bundled all of my Read and Sequence pages into a year-long pack. It was targeted toward first grade but also worked well for 2nd. Most recently, I modified the pack to work for kindergarten. The kindergarten version has picture clues for every sentence. There are also fewer words used. I tried to use mostly sight words, sound-out words, or words that were content-related. 



Here is a list of the topics. 


Most have a 4 step option and a 6 step option.

 



You can get this by clicking on the picture below.





You can take a look at the 1st grade version by clicking this picture below:

Since the content is the same for both packs (but the level of difficulty is different), I made a COMBO pack in case you wanted both. The combo is only $5, but each pack is $3.50. 

You can get the COMBO here:
Right now with my store on sale, you can get this combo for only $4! That's practically the price of just one!

For those of you who already own one of them, but wish you could've had the combo, please email me. We'll figure something out. :)


Right now I'm giving away a copy of the combo over at A Classy Collaboration. Head on over for a chance to win!


1 comment:

  1. Sarah this read and sequence looks awesome! I will be adding this to my wish list. :) This is so perfect for my firsties!

    ((Hugs))
    Tiffany

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