Summarize what has been heard using the logical sequence of events. 0201.2.4
Links verified on 2/11/2016
- Books for Young Children - read stories online, then retell
- I Can Wash Dishes - The pictures on this sheet are supposed to tell a story but are in the wrong order.
- Monkey Business: Rain Forest Run Around - Click on the words to put them in correct order. (from Game Goo - Learning That Sticks!) [This expired link is available through the Wayback Machine Internet Archive. If the page doesn't load quickly click on Impatient? at the bottom right of the page.]
- Sequence of Events - arrange events in chronological order.
- Sequence the Story - (drag the pictures in the correct order) Students can have the story read to them if necessary.
- Sequencing - Choose from a long list of sequencing activities at Quia
- Sequencing Worksheet - Read each sentence. Use the numbers 1, 2, and 3 to show the sequence.
- Sum it Up! - a worksheet to print for your students to use in summarizing - A suggestion from the worksheet tells students "Imagine you only have $2.00, and each word you use will cost you 10 cents."
- Sum it Up! - Instructions - instructions for students before they use the summarizing worksheet
- Tale of Peter Rabbit - Click on Picture Order and then put the pictures in order to tell the story. (three pictures are presented at a time)
- Three Stories from the Little Animals Activity Centre - The stories are read to students, and choices must be made during the story. Give your students the opportunity to retell these stories.
- Tell Your Own Neighborhood Story - Click on three pictures and then make your own story. What would happen first, next, and last?