A perfect combo of fun and learning, our free, printable sequencing worksheets give children lots of practice in sequencing events with sequence words or sequencers, such as “first,”, “next,” “then,” and “finally”. Heavily drawing on everyday routines and relatable scenarios, with a smattering of science and culinary arts, our sequencing worksheets pdf with answers are a delight for budding scholars.
These sequencing worksheets are best suited for children in kindergarten through grade 5.
CCSS: W.K.3, W.1.3, W.2.3, W.3.3, W.4.3
Introduce grade 1 and grade 2 kids to sequencing with this pdf set, where they write 1, 2, 3, and so on to indicate the order as they practice sequencing.
Cut the stages in the life cycles of a frog, a butterfly, and more; figure out the correct sequence and glue them in this fun sequencing activity set for grade 2 and grade 3!
Foster higher-order thinking with these sequencing worksheets pdf, where 4th grade and 5th grade kids order the stages in making a pizza, a cake, and spaghetti.
Children in grade 4 and grade 5 recognize how the plot unfolds, and order the paragraphs in these printable story sequencing worksheets.
Gain more insight with these sequencing worksheets pdf, where 1st grade and 2nd grade kids learn words like "first" and "next" as they figure out the order of each routine.
This section takes grade 3 and grade 4 learners on a tasty trip as they make sense of the jumbled steps, and sequence them to write down the correct recipes.
An exciting activity for little ones, this sequencing set gets them to take in the correct order within a story and arrange the picture cards based on it.
Children in 3rd grade put their observation skills to the test as they write numbers indicating the proper order of events in these printable sequencing worksheets.
Elevate your 4th grade child's comprehension skills with these printable sequencing worksheets, where they read passages and understand the timelines.
Watch grade 4 and grade 5 kids read each story, and identify its beginning, middle, and end. Direct them to sequence the events in a logical order and retell the story.