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Ask your kindergartener to recall what happened in a story you've read aloud, and chances are, you'll probably get a mish-mash of events and characters that tells the story in a very roundabout way. That's because, in preschool and kindergarten, kids are just learning how to sequence, or rather, how to put events of a story in order. Sequencing is important to future academic success and logical thinking. Want to help your child practice this important skill? Create these simple story sequence cards!