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Using Pictures to Teach Sequence of Events

The ability to sequence events is a skill that students must firmly grasp. It transfers to every subject area and is used at every grade level. In addition, mastering sequence of events also helps students to become more organized and focused. Below, you will find resources that help you use pictures as a way to motivate students to master this vital skill.
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Using Pictures to Teach Sequence of Events
  • Sarah Bradstreet says:
    The StoryMaker app from Super Duper Publications allows students to create stories out of pictures and photographs. The app reinforces sequencing, along with many other important literacy skills.
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    Teaching Sequence

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    Sarah Bradstreet says:
    Sequencing is a literacy skill that is also essential in the science classroom. This article explains this transferable skill, as students need to be able to observe and explain changes. Familiar activities that students complete at home can be transferred into the classroom as a way of teaching a sequence of events.
  • Sequencing Worksheets

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    kidslearningstation.com
    kidslearningstation.com
    Sarah Bradstreet says:
    Students use pictures of familiar activities to practice the skill of sequencing with these free, downloadable worksheets that use high-interest, colorful pictures to teach sequencing to the primary grades.
  • Sarah Bradstreet says:
    Need to see a sample activity in action? This how-to video provides a step-by-step example of how to use pictures for teaching sequencing in reading. An explanation on how to execute these sequencing activities is provided, along with the exact materials you will need for your students.
  • The Importance of Sequencing

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    thepicturebookteachersedition.blogspot.com
    thepicturebookteachersedition.blogspot.com
    Sarah Bradstreet says:
    Pictures are among the many ways this teacher suggests to teach sequencing. This blog explains why this skill is imperative to students’ learning, especially because sequencing is carried across the curriculum.
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