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Ask most kindergarteners, “What happened?", and you can get ready for a pretty wild, often non-sensical tale. That’s because for most kids, the concept of a story having sequence, or a “beginning, middle, and end”, is only just starting to make sense to them. Sequencing is a crucial skill for learning success, however, and kindergarten teachers heavily encourage practicing it. Want to help your child sequence at home? Try this activity with your child to increase his vocabulary and strengthen his grasp of the beginning, middle, and end by having him place sentence strips in the right order.