Sequencing

Listed below are some great ways to target sequencing skills:

Create an obstacle course and have the child follow 2-3 step directions

Have the child describe basic routine events by telling what he or she did first, next and last (e.g. brushing teeth)

Have the child follow 2-step directions using “before” and “after”

Have the child participate in basic multistep events/tasks (e.g. making a pizza) and talk about the steps using “first, then, next, last”

Then have the child recall each step

Have the child sequence events of a story by recalling what happened in the beginning, middle and end

Have the child sequence events from a movie/television show by recalling what happened in the beginning, middle and end

 

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