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Order of Events/ Sequence

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In this Video on Order Of Events (Kindergarten)

Ernie and Jane had lots of fun yesterday and they took pictures to prove it! Today, they want to post stories about the pictures on their blog. However, before they can write, Ernie and Jane need to think about the order of events. In this video, Ernie and Jane learn about sequencing.

Kindergarten Order of Events

Events are things that happen in a story, like putting on your helmet or doing a spin on your roller blades. It's important to tell story events in order so readers understand what happened. All stories have three parts: first, a beginning, second a middle, and third, an end! To help keep track of the beginning, middle, and end of their stories, writers use one-two-three lists.,

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Let's practice together with this kindergarten order of events objective! Think about a time you went to the playground.What happened on the slide? You climbed up. You sat down. You slid to the bottom.

Now that you’ve thought of the order of events, let's write them in order using a one-two-three list! Let's start with the beginning. Write one, I climbed up.

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Let's think about the middle. Write two, I sat down.

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Let's describe the end. Write three, I slid to the bottom.

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Now we have a one-two-three list about using the slide at the playground!

Summary of Steps: Order of Events

  • Remember, all stories have three parts: first, a beginning, second a middle, and third, an end!

  • Writers use one-two-three lists to keep their story events in order from beginning to end!

Order of Events Worksheets for Kindergarten

Have you practiced yet? On this website, you can also find kindergarten order of events worksheets and exercises.

Transcript Order of Events/ Sequence

Ernie and Jane had lots of fun yesterday... and, here are the pictures to prove it! Today, they want to post stories about the pictures on their blog. But before they can write, Ernie and Jane need to think about the "Order of Events". Events are things that happen in a story, like putting on your helmet or doing a spin on your roller blades. It's important to tell story events in order so readers understand what happened. All stories have three parts: first, a beginning, second, a middle, and third, an end! To help keep track of the beginning, middle and end of their stories, writers use one-two-three lists. Let's practice together! Think about a time you went to the playground. What happened on the slide? You climbed up. You sat down. You slid to the bottom. Now that we've thought of the order of events, let's write them in order using a list! Let's start with the beginning. First, I climbed up. Let's think about the middle. Second, I sat down. Let's describe the end. Third, I slid to the bottom. Now we have a one-two-three list about using the slide at the playground! Can you help Ernie make one about roller blading? Let's look at these pictures of Ernie from yesterday. Right now they are out of order. It doesn't make any sense! We need to think about the events in the order and write them down from beginning to end. What happened in the beginning? First, Ernie put on his helmet. What happened in the middle? Second, Ernie stepped on the scooter. What happened in the end? Third, Ernie rode down the hill. Now they are listed in order! Let's work together to help Jane! Here are Jane's pictures from yesterday. This order doesn't make sense! Let's think and write them in order from beginning to end. What happened in the beginning? First, Jane put on her safety gear. What happened in the middle? Second, Jane put on her rollerblades. What happened in the end? Third, Jane did a spin. Now Jane's events are listed in order too! While Ernie and Jane finish the blog post, let's review! Remember, all stories have three parts: first, a beginning, second, a middle, and third, an end! Writers use one-two-three lists to keep their story events in order from beginning to end! It sure looks like they had lots of fun!