Given a sequence of events, choose from a list of possibilities the appropriate conclusion. 0201.5.2
Links verified on 12/30/2014
- And Then... - Look at each picture, and then underline the sentence that tells what will probably happen next. (K-2)
- How To Build A Snowman - write a coherent informational report describing the sequential steps of how to build a snowman.
- I Can Wash Dishes - The pictures on this sheet are supposed to tell a story but they are in the wrong order.
- Making Predictions - Read the paragraph and make a prediction on what most likely will happen next.
- 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 - large list of sequencing activities
- Sequencing Events - "Click on the picture on the right and read the story. When you finish reading the story, answer the questions below."
- Sequencing Events - Make tea through this interactive site.
- Sequencing Events - Practice your cooking skills and put the steps in order.
- Sequencing Stories - Put these sentences in order to make a story. (scroll down to find the activities)
- Sequencing Story - Put these sentences in order to create a story.
- Sentence Sequencing - put the following sentences into order to make a paragraph.
- Sequencing - Making a Snowman - put text in the correct order
- Sequencing - Washing Your Hair - put text in the correct order
- Sequencing Events of a Story Activities - a collection of resources at Internet4Classrooms
- The Town Witch - a story with several possible endings depending on the decisions a reader makes [in the form of an Excel workbook]
- Writing a Branching Story Using Excel - a step by step module on writing with Excel