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Fairy Tale Story Sequencing Activities

Fairy Tales Story Sequencing

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The Three Little Pigs Illustration Sequencing Pages The Three Little Pigs Illustration Sequencing Pages

The Three Little Pigs Illustration Sequencing Pages

The Gingerbread Man Story Sequencing Pages The Gingerbread Man Story Sequencing Pages

The Gingerbread Man Story Sequencing Pages

Ideas for Use

Story Sequencing - Suggestions for Use


  • *Print out and laminate.
  • *Use a white board marker pen to write the story underneath the pictures.
 
 
 
 
 
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Amanda (20-02-2014)

Could you do a few sequencing stories about dreamtime stories like the rainbow serpent & tiddalick the frog. I have an aboriginal class and these stories are what we use instead of the English style nursery rhymes.


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