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Jim and the Beanstalk Writing: Cut sequence and write to retell the story
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Jim and the Beanstalk Writing: Cut sequence and write to retell the story

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Resource for KS1 and Kindergarten. Based on the story of Jim and the Beanstalk by Raymond Briggs. Hand drawn pictures for the children to cut out, sequence, write about and colour in. To differentiate: Support could cut out and sequence the pictures Core children can sequence and use the word bank to also write about the pictures More able children can sequence and write independently with given challenges such as ‘Include at least 3 time adverbials’ Black and white. No colour ink needed!
The Highwayman Alfred Noyes reading task - Read & Sequence cut and paste
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The Highwayman Alfred Noyes reading task - Read & Sequence cut and paste

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Can you read the captions, cut out the pictures and put them back in the right order? A lovely reading activity based on ‘The Highwayman’ by Alfred Noyes for children to practise their reading, memory and sequencing skills. -Includes one printable sheet for a child’s personal use. They can read, cut, colour and stick these pictures in the correct order. -Also includes a larger set of the pictures for teaching purposes which can be laminated and used to model the activity or simply used as posters. If you need sequencing and writing activities please see my store for the full range of downloads available. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Store/Andies-Art-For-Teaching
Funny Bones Janet Ahlberg - Sequence and Write Retell the story cut & paste
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Funny Bones Janet Ahlberg - Sequence and Write Retell the story cut & paste

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Based on the story ‘Funny Bones’ by Janet Ahlberg Hand drawn pictures for the children to cut out, sequence, write about and colour in. After reading the story, the children need to sequence the muddled up pictures to put the story back into the correct order. To differentiate: Support could cut out and sequence the pictures. The last page has the numbered answers which can stick next to the correct picture if they are unable to do the writing. Core children can sequence and use the word bank to also write about the pictures. More able children can sequence and write independently with given challenges such as ‘Include at least 3 time adverbials’. Sequencing activities usually take a few sessions. Cut, order and stick the activities. Writing captions for the first half of the images Writing for the second half of the activities I usually ask the children to colour after they have met the objectives for that session and finish colouring in at the end. Black and white. No colour ink needed! Total Pages 3 pages
Stuck by Oliver Jeffers - Sequencing and Writing Activity
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Stuck by Oliver Jeffers - Sequencing and Writing Activity

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Resource for KS1 and Kindergarten. Based on the story ‘Stuck’ by Oliver Jeffers 8 Hand drawn pictures for the children to cut out, sequence, write about and colour in. After reading the story, the children need to sequence the muddled up pictures to put the story back into the correct order. To differentiate: Support could cut out and sequence the pictures. The last page has the numbered answers which can stick next to the correct picture if they are unable to do the writing. Core children can sequence and use the word bank to also write about the pictures. More able children can sequence and write independently with given challenges such as ‘Include at least 3 time adverbials’. Sequencing activities usually take a few sessions. Cut, order and stick the activities. Writing captions for the first half of the images Writing for the second half of the activities I usually ask the children to colour after they have met the objectives for that session and finish colouring in at the end. Black and white. No colour ink needed!
Monkey Puzzle: 8 picture Sequence the story (cut order the story and write!)
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Monkey Puzzle: 8 picture Sequence the story (cut order the story and write!)

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Resource for KS1 and Kindergarten. Based on the story ‘Monkey Puzzle’. 8 Hand drawn pictures for the children to cut out, sequence, write about and colour in. This resource has 8 pictures because it covers sequencing the animals that Monkey meets in the story. If you need the full story with 12 pictures please check my shop. After reading the story, the children need to sequence the muddled up pictures to put the story back into the correct order. To differentiate: - Support could cut out and sequence the pictures. The last page has the numbered answers which can stick next to the correct picture if they are unable to do the writing. Core children can sequence and use the word bank to also write about the pictures. More able children can sequence and write independently with given challenges such as ‘Include at least 3 time adverbials’. Sequencing activities usually take a few sessions. Cut, order and stick the activities. Writing captions for the first half of the images Writing for the second half of the activities I usually ask the children to colour after they have met the objectives for that session and finish colouring in at the end. Black and white. No colour ink needed!
Six Dinner Sid Writing: Cut, sequence & write to retell the story
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Six Dinner Sid Writing: Cut, sequence & write to retell the story

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Based on the story of Six Dinner Sid. Hand drawn pictures for the children to cut out, sequence, write about and colour in. *Includes captions for children who are not writing and only sequencing and matching the description To differentiate: -Support could cut out and sequence the pictures and match with the captions -Core children can sequence and use the word bank to also write about the pictures -More able children can sequence and write independently with given challenges such as ‘Include at least 3 time adverbials’ Sequencing activities usually take a few sessions. Cut, order and stick the activities. Writing captions for the first half of the images Writing for the second half of the activities I usually ask the children to colour after they have met the objectives for that session and finish colouring in at the end. Black and white. No colour ink needed!
The Tiger Child Joanna Troughton: Cut, sequence, colour & write retell the story
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The Tiger Child Joanna Troughton: Cut, sequence, colour & write retell the story

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Based on the story of The Tiger Child by Joanna Troughton. Hand drawn pictures for the children to cut out, sequence, write about and colour in. To differentiate: Support could cut out and sequence the pictures. The last page has the numbered answers which can stick next to the correct picture if they are unable to do the writing. Core children can sequence and use the word bank to also write about the pictures. More able children can sequence and write independently with given challenges such as ‘Include at least 3 time adverbials’. Sequencing activities usually take a few sessions. Cut, order and stick the activities. Writing captions for the first half of the images Writing for the second half of the activities I usually ask the children to colour after they have met the objectives for that session and finish colouring in at the end. Black and white. No colour ink needed! Total Pages 3
The Way Back Home Oliver Jeffers Writing Activity Sequence to retell
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The Way Back Home Oliver Jeffers Writing Activity Sequence to retell

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Based on the story ‘The Way Back Home’ by Oliver Jeffers 9 Hand drawn pictures for the children to cut out, sequence, write about and colour in. After reading the story, the children need to sequence the muddled up pictures to put the story back into the correct order. To differentiate: Support could cut out and sequence the pictures. The last page has the numbered answers which can stick next to the correct picture if they are unable to do the writing. Core children can sequence and use the word bank to also write about the pictures. More able children can sequence and write independently with given challenges such as ‘Include at least 3 time adverbials’. Sequencing activities usually take a few sessions. Cut, order and stick the activities. Writing captions for the first half of the images Writing for the second half of the activities I usually ask the children to colour after they have met the objectives for that session and finish colouring in at the end. Black and white. No colour ink needed!
Mary Anning Stone Girl Bone Girl: Cut, sequence, colour + write about the story
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Mary Anning Stone Girl Bone Girl: Cut, sequence, colour + write about the story

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Resource for KS1 and Kindergarten. Based on the story of Mary Anning: Stone Girl Bone Girl. Hand drawn pictures for the children to cut out, sequence, write about and colour in. To differentiate: Support could cut out and sequence the pictures - I have included the answers at the end which could be given to children who need support so they can match the caption to the picture instead of writing. Core children can sequence and use the word bank to also write about the pictures More able children can sequence and write independently with given challenges such as ‘Include at least 3 time adverbials’ Sequencing activities usually take a few sessions. Cut, order and stick the activities. Writing captions for the first half of the images Writing for the second half of the activities I usually ask the children to colour after they have met the objectives for that session and finish colouring in at the end. Black and white. No colour ink needed!
How to Catch a Star: Cut, sequence, colour and write about the story
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How to Catch a Star: Cut, sequence, colour and write about the story

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Resource for KS1 and Kindergarten. Based on the story of How to Catch a Star. Hand drawn pictures for the children to cut out, sequence, write about and colour in. To differentiate: Support could cut out and sequence the pictures Core children can sequence and use the word bank to also write about the pictures More able children can sequence and write independently with given challenges such as ‘Include at least 3 time adverbials’ Black and white. No colour ink needed!
Knuffle Bunny Mo Willems - Sequence write colour & retell the story Cut & Paste
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Knuffle Bunny Mo Willems - Sequence write colour & retell the story Cut & Paste

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Based on the story ‘Knuffle Bunny’ by Mo Willems. Hand drawn pictures for the children to cut out, sequence, write about and colour in. After reading the story, the children need to sequence the muddled up pictures to put the story back into the correct order. To differentiate: Support could cut out and sequence the pictures. The last page has the numbered answers which can stick next to the correct picture if they are unable to do the writing. Core children can sequence and use the word bank to also write about the pictures. More able children can sequence and write independently with given challenges such as ‘Include at least 3 time adverbials’. Sequencing activities usually take a few sessions. Cut, order and stick the activities. Writing captions for the first half of the images Writing for the second half of the activities I usually ask the children to colour after they have met the objectives for that session and finish colouring in at the end. Black and white. No colour ink needed!
Fantastic Mr Fox: Cut, sequence, colour and write about the story
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Fantastic Mr Fox: Cut, sequence, colour and write about the story

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Resource for Lower KS2 and KS1 Based on the story of Fantastic Mr Fox by Roald Dahl. Hand drawn pictures for the children to cut out, sequence, write about and colour in. To differentiate: Support could cut out and sequence the pictures Core children can sequence and use the word bank to also write about the pictures More able children can sequence and write independently with given challenges such as ‘Include at least 3 time adverbials’ Black and white. No colour ink needed!
The Jolly Christmas Postman Writing - Sequence write colour retell the story
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The Jolly Christmas Postman Writing - Sequence write colour retell the story

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Based on the story ‘The Jolly Christmas Postman’ by Janet and Allan Ahlberg. 10 Hand drawn pictures for the children to cut out, sequence, write about and colour in. After reading the story, the children need to sequence the muddled up pictures to put the story back into the correct order. To differentiate: Support could cut out and sequence the pictures. The last page has the numbered answers which can stick next to the correct picture if they are unable to do the writing. Core children can sequence and use the word bank to also write about the pictures. More able children can sequence and write independently with given challenges such as ‘Include at least 3 time adverbials’. Sequencing activities usually take a few sessions. Cut, order and stick the activities. Writing captions for the first half of the images Writing for the second half of the activities I usually ask the children to colour after they have met the objectives for that session and finish colouring in at the end. Black and white. No colour ink needed!
Mary Seacole Life Story - Sequence & retell Black History Famous Women Lives
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Mary Seacole Life Story - Sequence & retell Black History Famous Women Lives

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Based on the life story of Mary Seacole. 8 Hand drawn pictures for the children to cut out, sequence, write about and colour in. After reading the story, the children need to cut out the pictures and put the story back into the correct order. To differentiate: Support could cut out and sequence the pictures. (The last page has the numbered answers which can stick next to the correct picture if they are unable to do the writing.) Core children can sequence and use the word bank to also write about the pictures. More able children can sequence and write independently with given challenges such as ‘Include at least 3 time adverbials’. Sequencing activities usually take a few sessions. Cut, order and stick the activities. Writing captions for the first half of the images Writing for the second half of the activities. I usually ask the children to colour after they have met the objectives for that session and finish colouring in at the end. Black and white. No colour ink needed!
Amazing Grace Writing Activity Sequence Retell Black Lives Diversity
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Amazing Grace Writing Activity Sequence Retell Black Lives Diversity

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Based on the story of Amazing Grace. Hand drawn pictures for the children to cut out, sequence, write about and colour in. After hearing the story, the children need to cut out the pictures and put the story back into the correct order. To differentiate: Support could cut out and sequence the pictures. (The last page has the numbered answers which can stick next to the correct picture if they are unable to do the writing.) Core children can sequence and use the word bank to also write about the pictures. More able children can sequence and write independently with given challenges such as ‘Include at least 3 time adverbials’. Sequencing activities usually take a few sessions. Cut, order and stick the activities. Writing captions for the first half of the images Writing for the second half of the activities. I usually ask the children to colour after they have met the objectives for that session and finish colouring in at the end. Black and white. No colour ink needed!