Are you looking for three part Sequence Cards for 3 step sequencing: These printable sequence cards are theme based sequence cards made for the sequencing of everyday events that are familiar to young children. I loaded it with 45 three-step picture sequences – a total of 135 pictures in this set! I wanted it to have the cutest graphics I could find so that my students would immediately zone into the activity.
It is designed to be used in the classroom for individual use or for small groups. It’s divided into 6 themes which are Fall / Halloween, Winter, Spring, Summer, Back to school, and food. This activity is for Pre K, Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade students. It is targeted to help primarily students that are emerging bilinguals (ELL, ESOL, ENL, ESL students).
3 Step Sequence Cards
There are three types of frames that your students can use for grouping the 3 step sequence cards. The first on page three is for beginners because it uses only numbers: step 1, step 2, and step 3 (suitable for ‘How to’ types of instruction sequences). Page five has first next and last (suitable for ordering life cycles or events). Page four has first, second, and third. You can print the sets out on a smaller scale for reference as an answer key because they are already presented in the correct order.
This is available for purchase here at my TpT collection and if you head over there, you can check out the preview which shows you all off the cards in full scale. I hope you’ll like it!
For more sequence activities that are not themed based, I created another sequencing activity that can be used at any time during the school year. It is my Sequencing of Everyday Events Cards. You get to download it instantly upon purchase and it can be used for years because you’ll have lifetime access to the file.
There are also seasonal themed-based sequencing activity blog posts here.
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I love to find tools that can be helpful for student group work. I recommend using a tabletop pocket chart with your small groups for sequencing activities. It can be used with the sequence cards and the sequence puzzles. It has four pockets which are great for four step or three step sequence cards. A magnetic tabletop pocket chart can also be used if you add magnetic tape to the back of your laminated sequence cards.
If you have any questions about the sequence cards, you can ask me using the comment section below.