Reading Sequencing Worksheets

Related ELA Standard: RF.3-5

Core Standard

Understanding the sequence of events in a story and being able to take another step and retell that story in order are difficult for elementary students. Students should focus on the three main parts of a body of work which include the beginning, middle, and ending. If you can place where within these parts an event or action takes place, you have a decent handle on the story. Sequencing in reading is one of more than dozen skills that can affect your ability to comprehend that which you are reading or taking in visually. The process of sequencing is having the innate ability to attribute a location or mental rolodex, if you would, as to where things belong within a story. The goal is to have students have an almost photographic sense of where an event is ordered and takes place. These worksheets will help students work on their sequencing skills.









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