Sequencing Lessons for Third Grade
- Prepare pictures with captions in random order showing the steps of everyday activities, such as making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich, getting ready for bed or going to the gas station. Tell the students to number the pictures in the proper order. Increase the complexity of the steps as students develop their sequencing abilities. Hand out copies of several easy recipes. Discuss with the students the importance of following the proper sequence when making a recipe. If possible, have the students make one or more of the recipes.