In Which Order?
In this sequential order worksheet, 2nd graders put in order five things that Oscar has to do in the afternoon. Students number the five task from 1 to 5. Students draw a line on the map shown to show Oscar's path.
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Be a Sequence Detective!
Authors are constantly leaving clues that help the reader to understand the sequence of events in a story. Teach young readers how to pick up on these key temporal words and phrases with this slide show. After an introduction to commonly...
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