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Sequencing: Cut and Paste Activities
     

Sequencing: Cut and Paste Activities

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by Evan-Moor Educational Publishers, Joy Evans (Illustrator)
 
How did the caterpillar become a butterfly? Ask your students to put a sequence of four pictures in the right order and they’ll tell you. It’s just one of the 20 activities in Sequencing, Cut and Paste Activities many of which are open ended, that invite your kindergarten and first grade students to cut and paste a series of simple, charming illustrations.

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How did the caterpillar become a butterfly? Ask your students to put a sequence of four pictures in the right order and they’ll tell you. It’s just one of the 20 activities in Sequencing, Cut and Paste Activities many of which are open ended, that invite your kindergarten and first grade students to cut and paste a series of simple, charming illustrations.
Some of the picture stories included are:
• a dog washing his car
• a rabbit eating an ice cream cone
• a bear going skiing
• as well as a child opening a present
• a child building a sand castle
Teachers can use this book to:
• encourage children to explore the various ways the pictures on certain pages may be sequenced
• sequence 3-, 4-, and 5-part picture stories
• use the picture for discussion to practice oral language skills and to increase vocabulary
• use the finished picture stories as a basis for writing stories

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781557990136
Publisher:
Evan-Moor Educational Publishers
Publication date:
01/28/1979
Pages:
20
Sales rank:
1,152,132
Product dimensions:
8.24(w) x 10.52(h) x 0.14(d)
Age Range:
4 - 6 Years

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Sequencing 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
MLJO More than 1 year ago
Excellent way to build sequencing, retelling, a vocabulary skills for early primary. These stories allow for ESL children to express understanding when the vocabulary isn't there yet. It allows speakers to think aloud and retell stories via usage of pictures. Scaffolds from 3, 4, to 5 picture card sequences! Great!