Picture sequencing sets are a staple resource in most speech and language therapy clinics and classrooms. They can be used to develop skills in various aspects of language, including: vocabulary, pronouns, tenses, conjunctions, narrative, organisation of ideas into a coherent verbal sequence.
Teachers frequently use sequence pictures as a visual support for pupils who are struggling with story writing. Teachers/Specialist Teachers will also find these resources are useful for children with SpLD who are experiencing difficulties with sequencing. Such children may have difficulty ordering events.
This pack contains 20 colourful and attractive four part sequences many of which are funny and unpredictable. Suitable for a wide age range and for a variety of therapy and teaching targets, including sequencing skills. Useful for children with SpLD who are experiencing difficulties with sequencing. Full instructions are included, with duplicate B&W line drawings of the pictures.
Aims: To develop and support more complex sequencing skills.
Additional Targets: Extending sentence length; teaching conjunctions ‘and’ ‘because’; predicting; answering ‘Why’ questions; Narrative therapy; use of past/future tenses; early story writing.
Age Range: Foundation Stage – KS 1+, 4years – 7years+.
Curriculum Targets: Early Years Foundation Stage Assessment Scales; P scales; KS 1 English.
Format: PDF file, 47 pages. Available as a download, 20 MB, or on CD.