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Story Sequencing

Story sequencing involves identifying different sections of the narrative – the beginning, middle and end – and putting them into a logical order. It requires children to process and organise information and as such helps them to develop their problem solving and reasoning skills.

The resources below can be used as part of a variety of different activities and you can increase the difficulty of the exercise by removing key scenes and asking the children to work out which part of the story is missing.



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Bear Hunt Story Sequencing Flashcards

Cinderella Story Sequence Cards

Hansel and Gretel Story Sequencing Cards

Jasper’s Beanstalk Story Cut-Outs / Story Sequencing Cards

King Arthur Story Sequencing Cards

Little Red Hen Story Sequencing Cards

Pinocchio Story Sequencing Cards

Puss in Boots Story Sequencing Cards

Rosie’s Walk Story Prompt Cards

Rumpelstiltskin Story Sequencing Cards

Snow White Story Sequencing Cards

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Story Prompt Cards


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