Rachel Sinon▸ Task 6: Algorithms & Programming


Sequencing Cards.

Have sequencing cards that break down every day life skills such as tying shoes and brushing teeth into simple steps that children can easily follow. The cards provide images of children doing the steps involved in an activity so that children who are visual learners can easily follow. The cards can also be used for storytelling by asking a child what is happening in the picture and they can be posted next to where the activity will occur so that they can be used as a visual reminder, such as sequencing cards on the kitchen cupboard on the steps needed to make a sandwich. The deck of sequencing cards includes sequences from 3 to ten 10 steps allowing you to start with just 3-step sequences and then build up to 10 steps to challenge your child once he or she is ready. To increase the difficulty, you can also shuffle different sequences together for your child to separate and reorder in addition to encouraging your child to act out or narrate the actions depicted in the cards.

http://blog.stageslearning.com/blog/what-happens-next-strategies-for-teaching-your-child-sequencing-skills“What Happens Next?”: Strategies for Teaching Your Child Sequencing Skills

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