Reading Sequencing Worksheets:
Mr. DeNunzio -
Mr. DeNunzio was an accountant, but Mr. DeNunzio didn't like his job.
Every morning, when it was time to get up to go to work, Mr. DeNunzio's
chest got tight.
The Soda Habit -
Damian loved soda. He loved soda so much that he drank it for breakfast,
lunch, and dinner.
The Watsons -
Mr. Watson liked to tinker with things. He had a workshop in the garage,
where he kept a lot of tools, and when he wasn't building something
or fixing something, he was taking something apart and trying to make
Kit and Kat -
Kat was sad when he went back in the house. It didn't seem like his
dream of having a pet was going to come true.
Gone Fishing -
The paragraphs in the story below are out of order. Read the paragraphs.
Put the tale in order by numbering the paragraphs 1, 2, and 3. Write
the number on the box.
- Once there was a little squid by the name of Squirt. He was called
Squirt because every time he was startled, he would release a stream
of black ink into the water behind him, and Squirt was startled a
the Dragonfly - Guy lived in a suburban back yard, in a diverse
and busy neighborhood. There were bees and ladybugs, Japanese beetles
and praying mantises, grasshoppers and lightning bugs.
- Listen to the tale. Draw a picture of each major story event
on the timeline, in the order in which they happen.
Boxer - Draw pictures that illustrate events that happen in
the story. Cut out each of your pictures. Then glue them on a piece
of long paper, in the order that they happened.
Red Ball - Cut out the strips. Put the tale of the red ball into the correct
order. Glue the strips in order onto a new piece of paper.
in Love - Once an old woman bought a pair of lovebirds from
the pet store. She brought them home and hung up the cage by her front
window. She named the birds Leonard and Linda. But all was not well.
Baby-sitter's Secret - Tony's parents were going out for the
evening. Tony was going to have a baby-sitter. "I am not a baby,"
Tony said. "I do not want a baby-sitter." But the baby-sitter. arrived.
- Read the story parts. Then cut them out and put them into the
correct order. Glue the events in order onto a clean piece of
paper. This will help you improve your ability with the process of sequencing.
- Take turns rolling the die. On your turn, find the story part
that matches the # on the die.