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Fairy Tale Story Sequencing Activities

Writing and Reading Activities - Fairy Tales Story Sequencing

  • Room to write underneath each picture....

  • Ideal as a whole class writing / reading modelling activity - or print smaller copies for individual story sequencing work...

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

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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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