These themed Sequence Worksheets for Kindergarten include 16 pages and cover all four seasons to introduce sequencing and weather to your preschool and kindergarten learners. Grab your sequencing worksheets today!
Teaching your preschool and kindergarten kids about the seasons is a fun way to introduce weather, early science skills, and talk about how we measure the year. You can use these Sequence Worksheets for Kindergarten to teach your little learners about different times of the year.
Practice order of events, story sequencing and of course reading comprehension too with these no prep printable sequencing worksheets. Sequencing is such an important pre-reading skill for little kids and these printable worksheets are a great way to practice exactly that!
Your preschoolers and kindergartners can explore critical thinking, patterns and even cause and effect with these fun sequencing printables.
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These printable worksheets would be awesome for morning work or even as part of your writing center. The possibilities are endless and I’m willing to bet that your little kids will have a blast with these cut and paste worksheets.
This adorable bundle has 16 printables covering all four seasons of the year. It’s easy to print and use in your preschool or kindergarten classroom this year. Plus, sequencing worksheets help children learn to identify patterns and develop important learning skills like comprehension and critical thinking skills.
Keep scrolling for more great ideas about teaching Seasons in your classroom. Then download your no-prep seasons sequencing bundle today.
Spring Lesson Ideas
This adorable sequence seasons bundle contains four fun spring themed sequencing worksheets perfect for preschool and kindergarten learners. Your kids can learn about patterns in nature as they arrange plants, rain clouds, and bird nests in order with these easy no-prep printables.
For more spring themed learning fun try reading Worm Weather* by Jean Taft or Planting a Rainbow* by Lois Elhert with your children. Reading books together is a great way to start a conversation about the different seasons of the year with your preschool and kindergarten learners. These charming and colorful tales will help your children to remember spring.
You can add some hands-on learning fun to your Seasons study too. Try a cloud themed process art experiment. All you need is paper, paint, and a dropper. Check out this Cloudy Art Invitation to Create for the instructions and more great cloud themed activities.
Summer Lesson Ideas
The sequence seasons bundle contains plenty of creative summer themed worksheets too. BBQ, lemonade, campfires, and sandcastles complete the summer sequencing printables. Aren’t those the best parts of Summer?
I love incorporating music into our lessons. Using music as a part of lessons is a great way to get the mind and body working together. Plus, exposing kids to music at an early age increases overall literacy. There are lots of really fun summer themed songs you can share with your kids as you learn about the season. We like Summer Song by The Singing Walrus.
For more fun, check out my list of 10 totally epic Summer activities perfect for preschool and kindergarten learners. The beach sensory bin was a big hit at our house. If your kids enjoy the sand and the beach, they’ll love exploring summer through this sensory activity.
Fall Lesson Ideas
Whether you call it fall or autumn, there are plenty of options for teaching your kids all about the season when the leaves turn colors and fall from the trees. Leaves, scarecrows, and apples make for lots of fun sequencing pages for preschool and kindergarten kiddos to practice putting things in order as they learn about autumn.
This season is perfect for incorporating food into your season-themed lesson! Themed snacks can be a really fun way to reinforce what you’re learning in the classroom with your little ones. Fall lends itself perfectly to pumpkin or apple themed treats.
Then, try a fun stamp art activity. Simply cut an apple in half and have your preschool or kindergarten learner dip it in red, yellow, or green paint. Stamp apple on fresh white paper to create some colorful fall-themed art.
Winter Lesson Ideas
Finally, don’t forget to study winter with some really adorable sequencing printables including snowmen and hot chocolate. There are four different sequencing worksheets for this season that you can explore together. It’s a great time to talk about the weather and prepare children for any snow or ice that might be coming your way.
You can learn more about winter weather with some great books like Snowmen at Night* by Carolyn Buehner or, one of my personal favorites, The Snowy Day by Ezra Jack Keats. Snuggle up with some hot chocolate (Don’t forget the marshmallows!) and share a magical winter tale with your little ones.
Want some winter-themed coloring pages to enjoy with your kindergartners too? Check out my Free Printable Snowman Coloring Pages for lots of coloring fun with your little learners.
Keep scrolling to get this great sequence seasons bundle and get started with this fun theme today. As always, I love reading about your own learning activity ideas in the comments, so don’t forget to share.
Sequence Worksheets for Kindergarten
Get your 4-Step Sequencing Printable Worksheets via Teachers Pay Teachers here.
Each season includes four sequence worksheets for kindergartners.
- Spring – Plant, Rain Cloud, Arch, Bird Nest
- Summer – BBQ, Camp Fire, Sandcastle, Lemonade
- Fall – Raking Leaves, Apple Pie, Scarecrow, Apple Basket
- Winter – Fire Place, Hot Chocolate, Snowman, Snow Fort
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 sequence worksheets for kindergarten with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.
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