Bored of the same old sequencing activities? Here are some fun ways you can spice it up in your speech room!
You can easily adapt materials you already have or get some cheap at dollar stores or Amazon. (Amazon Affiliate links included). Bored of the same old picture cards and sorting activities? You can easily use dry erase markers to designate where to place them. Write on the table or on a dry erase board. Students will have fun moving the cards into the correct spaces and then express them appropriately! Below you can see I just used a Super Duper Sequencing Fun Deck! You can even do the same thing with sorting paragraphs (my sneaker sequencing activity). Want more easy to prep ideas using images or simple sentences? I found these dry erase puzzles on Amazon! Just grab a marker and make quick images to sort. You can even have your students do it for each other! Want to make easy to prep sequencing activities using storybooks? Use post its and write down significant events! Students can sort them to retell the story. Benefit of Post Its…you can stick them in the book and keep for later! You can also use a free app, PicCollage. You can take pictures of significant events of a story, insert them into the “freestyle” setting of the app and then students can rearrange the photos into the correct order to retell the story! Learn more about this app by clicking HERE! I also use my Interactive stories to work on sequencing! They are thematic, hands on, and tons of fun! All of my stories have review worksheets to work on recalling the events of the story. They also have larger storytelling images! I love to teach my students to think of a baseball diamond when thinking of sequences. You can’t run to 3rd base first! That was why I created my Baseball Sequencing activity! Students can sort the sentences onto the bases! Want to just use a free text from websites like Readworks.org? Just draw a quick graphic organizer right on it! You can even use stories from Chicken Soup books with your older ones! They are motivating, high-interest, and relevant to them! Just grab sentence strips and make quick visuals for your students to retell stories! Want more graphic organizer practice and practice recalling events from 3 paragraph stories? Want repetition of this skill each month?! My sequencing stories for the year provides great practice of this and is print and go! Want to play a fun game that won’t take much prep? I have a worksheets and activities pack that has print and go and easy to prep activities! Want to try a sample from this pack?! Click below to get it sent to your email inbox!
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