Four Step Sequencing Puzzles

Years

EY - F

Pages

8

Activities & Games

Description

Asking students to order the steps in simple everyday routines is an important cognitive skill as it helps students start to understand and recognise the patterns of everyday life. It is an essential foundation to the topic of time, and also contributes to reading comprehension. It is also the most basic form of coding. 

These four step sequencing puzzles feature 15 different daily life experiences including brushing your teeth, washing the dog, getting ready for school, baking a cake and many more.

To complete this activity, cut apart each of the puzzles and have students put the puzzle pieces back in order. Once the puzzle has been completed, encourage students to retell the activity using words such as first, then, next and last. These puzzles could also be used within your writing units to help students with steps when writing narratives or procedures on familiar day to day experiences.

Puzzles have been colour coded for those who need extra support. Perfect for small groups or one-on-one.

Additional information

Australian Curriculum Code

ACELY1646, ACMMG007, ACPPS003

File Format

pdf

Australian Curriculum V9

F - 6

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