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Little Red Hen Story Sequencing Cards

Little Red Hen story sequencing cards

About This Primary Resource

A set of image and word cards featuring scenes from The Little Red Hen, ideal to use for story sequencing purposes.

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  1. Kathy Ann Fermin Donaldson

    I love to read the little red hen story

  2. Martina Brennan

    The little Red Hen sequencing cards are great

  3. maria

    I like the resources in this page


    i’d like to tell the story to my spanish students

  5. karen

    I’d like to sequence the story

  6. Nikki Kano

    I’d like to use this for my classroom of 3 year olds for Harvest theme! Thank you so much!

  7. Noah’s Ark

    Thank you

  8. Michelle Nez

    interested in some sequencing cards!

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