Teach your students about sequencing with this creative language arts lesson. After putting events in order and drawing their own stories, kids will be pros at using the words "first," "next," "then," and "last."
Stretch student understanding of story sequencing into a summary with this graphic organizer. Students will start by jotting down quick notes to remember each part of the story, then they'll use their notes to write a complete summary of the text.
In this exciting mini lesson, students will have a great time as they learn all about story sequencing and practice retelling a story! This can be a stand alone or support lesson for your English Language Learners.
Young children's imaginations can run wild! In this lesson, they'll get to put their creativity to good use (and test their sequencing skills!) as they think about all the things the Easter Bunny might do during his day.
Make sequencing stories more interesting than just beginning, middle, and end! This "handy" graphic organizer can be used with all fiction to help set up a concise but thorough summary using a five finger strategy.
Then what happened? In this activity, students will choose stop and jot sticky notes from different parts of the story to practice their sequencing and summarizing skills as they respond to questions about the literature.