If you’re a preschool teacher or homeschool mama, then you’re definitely going to want to check out these Free Sequencing Cut and Paste Worksheets for preschoolers and kindergartners. These free printable sequencing worksheets are perfect for practicing story sequencing, order of events, and building reading comprehension skills.
I’m so excited to share these Free Sequencing Cut and Paste Worksheets with you today! Not only can you practice story sequencing and order of events with your little learners, but these no prep printables are also the perfect opportunity to work on fine motor skills.
Your preschoolers & kindergartners will love coloring and cutting out the picture, pasting them in order and then telling you a story based on the images. It’s a wonderful way to build communication skills too!
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Sequencing means being able to put ideas and events into a logical order. It’s such an important skills for little kids because it helps them to be able to recognize patterns, understand and organize what they’re learning and become excellent problem solvers.
These free sequencing cut and paste worksheets are quick and easy. Just print and use. Give your little learners crayons, scissors and glue sticks to get started and watch their imaginations run wild as they have a blast retelling each story while practicing cutting and pasting.
Do you have a picky eater like I do? Some of the best advice I’ve ever gotten to get picky kids to try new things is to let them help in the kitchen. You can use these Free Sequencing Cut and Paste worksheets to have an entire week of food-themed fun and of course don’t forget to grab my Free Printable Color by Number Food Preschool Worksheets too! You’ll definitely be glad that you did!
Free Sequencing Cut and Paste Worksheets
There are 5 worksheets included in this pack.
These free printable sequence of events worksheets were created as a fun supplement for my little kids.
Each worksheet contains four images at the bottom of the page to cut and paste in the boxes above. The stories included are the following:
How To Make A Banana Split
This is definitely a fun one and something that I can’t wait to try with the little guy. Have you ever made a banana split with your kiddos? Fun fact: My hometown was where the very first banana split was created.
How To Bake A Cake
The little guy and I have baked quite a few cakes. The last time around was one of his birthday cakes and we had a wonderful time working together and following the instructions to make a delicious chocolate cake with colorful sprinkles.
How To Eat Watermelon
Watermelon is a great summer treat and definitely one of my favorites. Baby girl loves it too! This fun sequence story depicts how watermelon is eaten and would be a fun experiment for your little kids. Put the pictures into the correct order then give your kiddos each a piece of watermelon and let them snack while checking their work.
How To Make Lemonade
Preschoolers and kindergartners love mixing and measuring and making lemonade is a refreshing way to explore important math skills. Have you ever practiced estimation? Ask your kiddos to guess how many lemons it will take to make a glass of lemonade. Don’t forget to try your homemade creation. What a lovely way to cool down on a hot day!
How To Make Toast
Toasted peanut butter and jelly sandwiches were a childhood favorite of mine. Do you and your kiddos love them too? Make some toasted PB&J sandwiches, grab a glass of milk to go with them and then sit down to work on this How To Make Toast sequencing worksheet.
Each Free Sequencing Cut and Paste Worksheet includes the numbers 1-4 to help your little learners visualize putting the events into the correct order.
So many of these food-related sequences are things that we do on a regular basis. If your kiddos struggle with these sequence stories, then definitely try each of them in real life. Make a banana split. Bake a cake. Then work through the corresponding sequencing worksheet together.
After all, little kids learn from hands-on experiences and there are so many valuable skills that come from teaching preschoolers & kindergartners to cook and/or bake. And of course let’s not forget that it’s a great way to spend quality time together with your little kids.
Keep in mind that all preschoolers and kindergartners do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
I hope you love using these sequencing worksheets with your little kids as much as I loved creating them with mine!
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