All About Story Sequence!

Help your preschooler build important reading comprehension skills with these story sequence worksheets. Kids will hone their ability to order stories with these playful printables.

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Blast Off! Complete the Order of Events

This printable will help your budding astronaut practice her reasoning and sequencing skills.
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Story Sequencing: Tyler's Day

This story sequencing worksheet helps with reading comprehension, listing, and even artistic skills!
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Sequencing Your Day

A lot can happen in one day! But in what order does it all happen? Practice story sequencing your daily routine with this cut and paste activity.
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Story Sequencing: Jacob's Day

This reading comprehension exercise combines important pre-reading skills with the fun of drawing.
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Flip Book Story

Young learners will flip over this interchangeable story set! They'll learn about story structure and build pre-reading comprehension skills.
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Going to the Dentist

Help your child review what going to the dentist is like in this community helpers worksheet.
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Story Flip Book

Flip through multiple beginnings, middles and ends of this colorful story! First, help your child use scissors to cut out the story.
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