Download these holiday sequencing worksheets to help your children work on sequencing skills during the holidays.
This is another free resource for teachers and families from The Curriculum Corner.
Children will enjoy these free holiday sequencing worksheets to work on for reading or writing practice.
This complete set of worksheets will not fit into all classrooms.
Be sure to look and make sure these pages are just right for your classroom.
While there is one page you should avoid in a public school (the decorating a Christmas tree page) there are others that can fit into all classrooms.
Other themes we have created are:
- grocery shopping
- making a pumpkin pie
- making cookies
- wrapping a present (does not focus on Christmas)
How do sequencing worksheets benefit my children?
Working on sequencing can help your students with reading and math skills.
The act of sequencing can help children arrange ideas and to make sense of their thoughts.
It can help children with reading comprehension. Children need to be able to follow a sequence of events to help them understand what they are reading.
Being able to sequence also helps children become better writers. They must share events in an order that makes sense as they write.
How to complete these worksheets
- These sequencing worksheets have pictures and words to match the sequence.
- First, students will cut out the pictures at the bottom.
- They will then arrange them in order and glue in the boxes.
- Finally, they will complete the sentences using the words found in the boxes.
You can download this free set of worksheets here:
You might also like these other freebies that come in a winter theme:
Thank you to Kari Bolt Clip Art for the super cute sequencing clip art.
As with all of our resources, The Curriculum Corner creates these for free classroom use. Our products may not be sold. You may print and copy for your personal classroom use. These are also great for home school families!
You may not modify and resell in any form. Please let us know if you have any questions.