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This page contains worksheets and graphic organizers for teaching students about sequencing.
Common Core alignment can be viewed by clicking the apple core ().
Basic (Pictures)Picture Sequence: Snowman Free
Color and cut out the pictures of a child building a snowman. Then glue them onto the page in the correct order. There is also an optional page for older students to write a paragraph to describe the events.Sequence: Pictures & Sentences Member
Color, cut, and glue the pictures in sequential order. Then write sentences to tell what happened first, second, and third.Sequence: Pictures & Sentences Member
Color, cut, and glue the pictures in sequential order. Then write sentences to tell what happened first, second, and third.
Intermediate (Reading)Sequencing Worksheet Member
Read four sentences. Place them in order by writing numbers one through four.Beginning or Ending Member
Tell whether each sentence would appear at the beginning or end of a passage.
ActivitySequencing Film Strips Member
Cut out the 6-panel film strip and draw a sequence of events from real-life or from a story. Then slide the panels through the tachistoscope.
Graphic OrganizersSequence Chain (No Lines) Free
Write events in order on this graphic organizer. This version does not have lines for writing in the boxes.Sequence Chain (With Lines) Member
Write events in order on this graphic organizer. This version has lines for writing in the boxes.
See also:Timeline Worksheets
Printable timeline worksheets and timeline templates.Reading and Writing Worksheets
Print grammar worksheets, reading comprehension stories, graphic organizers, phonics practice pages, and much more.