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2nd Grade Language Arts Skill Builders

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Sequencing - CCSS RL.2.7


Links verified on 10/04/17

1. Dr. Stripp.

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Arrange the comic strip in the correct order then answer questions about the comic. SEE MORE
 
2. Monkey Business: Rain Forest Run Around.

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Make a bridge by putting the words in order to make a complete sentence. Use your mouse to put them in correct order. SEE MORE
 
3. New News.

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Write a newspaper story. Drag each sentence in the correct order from the notebook to the newspaper behind the notebook. (Requires shockwave) SEE MORE
 
4. Sequence the Story.

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Drag the pictures in the correct order. Read the words or click on each speaker to hear them. When you are done click "Read It" to hear the story. (Requires shockwave) SEE MORE
 
5. Sequencing - Making a PB&J Sandwich.

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Make a peanut butter and jelly sandwich by putting these six action sentences in order. SEE MORE
 
6. Sequencing - Planting Flowers.

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Uncover the hidden picture by putting these eight action sentences in the correct order. SEE MORE
 
7. Sequencing - Using an Elevator.

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Put six action sentences in order to show how to use an elevator. SEE MORE
 
8. Sequencing Game.

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Click on one of the activities from the list to put the steps in order. Drag and drop the steps into the correct order. You can choose another to put in sequence or choose to write your own instructions for an activity.  SEE MORE
 
9. Sequencing.

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Online lesson and activity to practice your sequencing skills. SEE MORE
 
10. Story Sequence Quiz.

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This quiz contains 3 stories. Each story is followed by 3 sequence questions. SEE MORE
 
11. Tell Your Own Story.

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Click on three of these pictures to make your own story. What would happen first, next, and last? SEE MORE
 

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