Encourage creative thinking, problem solving and reading comprehension skills with these cut and paste How To Sequence of Events Activities. Grab your free no prep Sequencing Worksheets today!
If you’re interested in teaching little kids important sequencing skills while also exploring everyday tasks, then these How To Sequence of Events Activities are definitely for you! Learn how to get dressed, how to tie a shoe, and more!
This post may contain affiliate links which means I may receive a small commission at no additional cost to you if an item is purchased through one of these links. For more information, please see my full disclosures.
Sequencing skills are such an important aspect of early childhood education and set the stage for so much more preschool and kindergarten learning. Everything from ordinal numbers and understanding routines to verbal communication and reading comprehension can be learned from sequencing activities.
Trying to encourage creative thinking and problem solving? There’s of course that too!
Sequencing basically means being able to put things into a logical order. For example, to mail a letter we need to complete specific steps. First, we need to write the letter and put it into an envelope. Next, we need to seal the envelope. Later, we’ll have to address the letter and put a stamp on it. Last, we need to put it into the mailbox.
We know exactly what steps we need to complete to accomplish the task at hand. Little kids need to get familiar with these everyday sequences in order to make sense of the world around them.
When we get up and get dressed, we know what things we should put on and in what order. The same for tying our shoes. We know the steps and we can do it almost without thinking.
These 4-step sequencing worksheets include five different how to sequences. Keep scrolling to download yours today!
How To Sequence of Events Activities
How To Get Dressed
How To Tie A Shoe
How To Make Slime
How To Mail A Letter
How To Tie a Necktie
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 enjoy using these how to sequence of events activities with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.
This is a digital product. You will receive a PDF only.
Don’t forget to stop by next week if you’re interested in seeing what we’re up to with our Bubbles, Boats & Floats theme!