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Jack and the Beanstalk Story Companion

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We're Going on a Leaf Hunt Story Companion

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The Legend of Spookley the Square Pumpkin Story Companion

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Giraffes Can't Dance Story Companion

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Sequencing means putting things in the right order, like organizing thoughts, actions, and information logically.

Imagine telling a story or following instructions. You need to put things in the right order so others can understand.

For instance, when telling a story, you start with what happened first, then what happened next, and so on.

Similarly, when following instructions, you need to do each step in the right order to get things done correctly.

Kids learn sequencing gradually as they grow. They might start with simple actions like following two-step commands and later learn to tell stories and follow more complicated directions.

Sometimes, kids might find sequencing tricky. They might have trouble understanding the order of events in a story or following multi-step directions. This can affect how they do in school and how they talk to others.

Hopefully some of our free sequencing games and activities above can make working on sequencing a bit more engaging and enjoyable!