Event Sequences Worksheets To Print:
How to Boil Eggs - Order the
directions to explain how you would boil an egg. The sentences in the body of a paragraph should be organized in a logical order. One way to
organize ideas within a paragraph is to use transition words, like first, second, next, and finally.
The Butterfly - Peter is
a real insect enthusiast. Revise the draft below by circling each sentence
that is out of order. Draw a line through each sentence that does
not belong. Then rewrite the paragraph on the lines below,
putting sentences in logical order and adding the transition words shown to help
the story flow.
How to Fold a Paper Airplane
- Below are the steps to making a paper airplane. Read the steps. Put them in
the correct order by writing a number 1 to 7 on the line beside each step. Then rewrite the
steps as a paragraph, using appropriate transition words
Carl and Minnie - The same old
cat and mouse games. Fix this drafted document to make a better story by reordering the series of events to help it make better sense.
Hydrate! - James explores
why it is important to have plenty of water. The sentences in the body of a paragraph should be
organized in a logical order. One way to organize ideas
within a paragraph is to use transition words, like one
reason, another, also, additionally, and finally.
The Patient Cat
- The sentences below form a story, but they are all out of order. Evaluate it as a whole and determine the best way to order all of them.
Pen Pals -
A transition is a word or phrase that connects one or more ideas within
a paragraph or longer piece of writing. Circle each transition in
the paragraph below.
- Study the storyboard below. Then pretend that it is your job to
write a treatment for this movie.
Describing a Sequence
of Events - The pictures below depict a sequence of events,
and tell a story. Study the pictures. Then, using the pictures as
a springboard for your imagination, write the story.
Holiday - Circle each transition in the paragraph below. Then
use the back of this page to write a similar paragraph of your own
about your favorite holiday.
The Ride of Paul Revere
- All of the transitions words, indicating the sequence of events,
have been left out. Using the Word Bank, write a transition word in
Wolves in the Night
- Using the Word Bank, write a transition word in each box. Use
some words more than once. Then answer the questions.
That Crazy Cat!
- Use the pictures below as inspiration for a story. On a separate
sheet of paper, write your story.