Learning to sequence and retell stories is an important part of learning to read.
Rebus stories are a good tool for teaching children to retell stories and pick out the parts of a story.
In this activity children read the story I Can Give My Dog a Bath with an adult. Then, they can identify the words and images in the word bank. Finally, they can sequence the events from the story.
**The sequence portion can also be done as a cut and paste activity.. There is both a color and a B&W version included
Support preschoolers with early reading skills with these hands-on Word Family Puzzle Cards.
Word Family activities encourage phonemic awareness and give readers a chance to practice sounding out words.
Classic rhymes like Little Miss Muffet are excellent learning tools for preschoolers. Keep your preschooler engaged while learning new vocabulary, engaging in discussion, learning to retell & sequence a story and more!
Come along with Jack and Jill as they lead your preschooler on an adventure in literacy development.
This engaging set supports preschoolers as they learn skills such as: Making Predictions, Retelling a Story, Sequencing Events, Identifying parts of a story, Tracking Print, Engaging in Conversations and more!
Is your pre-k or kindergarten child ready to learn sight words?
When young children are learning sight words, sometimes the greatest challenge is keeping them engaged. Activities need to be interesting to them and hands-on!
This activity set is both!
Preschool children will enjoy learning more about Kwanzaa with this sequencing story set! Use this pack to create engaging hands on activities and help young children build literacy skills.
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