Four – Part Sequences interactive resource comprises 3 activities
Activity 1:Introductory activity featuring three sequences. Enabling the adult to demonstrate to the child how to sequence a selection of pictures into an organised story.
Activity 2: Nine sequences which enable the child to organise a sequence more independently
Activity 3: A more challenging activity where the child is encouraged to re-order eight sequences independently.
Choice of audio – simple sentence support/complex sentence support.
Funny, and sometimes unpredictable, colourful, Four – Part Sequences. Particularly useful for children with Specific Learning Difficulties who need to improve their sequencing skills.
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. For the PDF version of this set of resources see our PDF download available from our website.
Teachers frequently use sequence pictures as a visual support for pupils who are struggling with story writing. Teachers/Specialist Teachers will also find this resource useful for children with SpLD who are experiencing difficulties with sequencing. Such children may have difficulty ordering events.
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.
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