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Sequencing Pictures

Sequencing Pictures


Sequencing pictures for children to cut out and order of events.


Why do you need this?

Sequencing pictures can help children understand the chronological order of events in a story or narrative. Teachers can use them to reinforce storytelling skills and support comprehension.


Working with sequencing pictures encourages critical thinking as children analyse the sequence of events and identify the correct order. It promotes problem-solving and decision-making skills.


Sequencing activities promote language development by encouraging children to describe the events depicted in the pictures. It provides opportunities for vocabulary expansion and oral language practice.


How and when might you use this?

This activity could be used in a variety of ways such as:

· Early learning independent work

· Small group instruction to provide targeted support

· Speech and language support

· Independent work stations


For continued use I would recommend laminating this resource and using Velcro to move the jigsaw pieces around.


What is included?

Included are 11 boards showing first, next, then, last. Each board has 4 sequencing pictures to order. Sequencing pictures include:

· Doing laundry

· Making the bed

· Making breakfast cereal

· Making a sandwich

· Washing the dishes

· Making a sundae

· A snowman melting

· Carving a pumpkin

· Building a sandcastle

· Baking cookies

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