Saturday, May 4, 2013

Snail-y Sequencing

I have found that targeting sequencing prior to targeting oral narratives helps my students organize their thoughts and formulate more cohesive stories. So I decided to create Snail-y Sequencing (click on the picture):

This targets 3 step sequencing:

And 4 step sequencing:

I also included blank cards for you to add your own! To make sorting a little easier, each card within the same sequence has the same shape so that you can easily find the ones that go together. There is a mat with 3 and 4 boxes for your students to put them in order. What do you think? How do you teach sequencing and oral narratives?

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