Sunday, 19 November 2017

Sequence Puzzles - Fall Themed

Sequence Cards - Fall themed

These are Fall themed sequence puzzles made for three-step sequencing of everyday events that happen during Thanksgiving and Fall/Autumn. It has 36 puzzle pieces to form 12 puzzle strips. Your students can sort them starting with the first strip, putting the three pieces together in the right order, study what's happening in each picture, then write about it in the lines provided on the sequence mats. I would highly recommend this set as an introductory lesson for sequencing because they are clear and simple and the puzzles are self correcting.  It is available here at my TpT store.

Sequence Cards Fall Theme Sequencing Activity - Fall theme

The mats and puzzles are in both color and a black and white version bundled in a zip folder.

Sequence Puzzles and mats in blackline

Fall Themed Interactive Sequencing Activity for Boom Learning℠: This one is perfect for distance learning and you can assign Boom decks with Google Classroom™. It is 12 sets of self-grading Boom Cards™ for students to order pictures of Fall activities that are randomly shown at different stages of completion. They are hosted on the Boom Learning℠ platform.

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