Did you know that National Sundae Day is November 11th? To celebrate, your kids can learn how to make a sundae and with these Sundae Sequencing Worksheets!
Sequencing activities like this one will also help your beginning readers practice sequential order, comprehension skills, and much more!
The Sundae Sequencing Worksheets:
Sequencing is one of the many reading skills that your beginning readers need to learn.
It helps your children understand how one thing relates to another. Being able to put events in order will help your kids process and comprehend what they are reading.
Fun, themed activities like this one make learning how to sequence fun for your young learners!
Getting Ready To Use The Sundae Sequencing Worksheets:
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- How To Make A Sundae Word Web
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- How To Make A Sundae Sequencing Cards
What Else Is Needed:
To get this sequencing activity ready for your kids, click on the button below and fill out the form.
Then, download and print the worksheets in color or in black and white.
If you are using the reproducible worksheets, you can make as many copies as you need for your students.
How To Use The Sundae Sequencing Worksheets:
On the word web worksheet, your kids can brainstorm the ingredients that they need and the steps that they should follow to make a sundae.
You can work through this part of the activity together. Or, let your children be imaginative and write how they would make their own sundae.
Your kids can then write out the steps to make a sundae on the writing paper. There are two worksheets with different writing lines included.
Younger children can use the sequencing worksheets. On two of the worksheets included, they can draw their own pictures and describe how to make a sundae in writing.
On the other two worksheets, your kids will cut and paste the pictures in sequential order. If they are using the black and white printables, they can color the pictures too.
There are also a set of sequencing cards that your children can use to practice putting the steps in order.
Beginning writers can use the sequencing cards to help them write the steps on their writing paper too.
Your beginning readers are sure to have fun practicing how to put things in order with these themed Sundae Sequencing Worksheets!
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