Pre-Language: Sequencing Cards

It’s a teacher work day today, and I’m making sequencing cards for our pre-language area. I took some photos at our snack table and thought I’d share in case you’d like to download and print them for your own use. Sequencing is a great pre-language activity, and can be tons of fun. You could use these as two separate sets with a young child, or put them together for more of a challenge.

Serving a Snack: Sequencing Cards

Serving a Snack: Sequencing Cards

Link to image on google drive

Eating a Snack: Sequencing Cards

Eating a Snack: Sequencing Cards

Link to image on google drive

I simply saved the photos to my computer and printing each set of four as one full page image. This seems to be like a great size for this activity. Just be sure that, if you’re working in windows photo gallery as I was, you uncheck the box that says, “fit photo to frame,” or it will trim the images to make them fill the page.

You are more than welcome to share the link to this post if you know someone else who may want to download these, but please don’t share just the files on your own site. Thanks! :)

3 thoughts on “Pre-Language: Sequencing Cards

  1. Deb @ Living Montessori Now

    Great idea to make your own sequencing cards, Melissa! These would be perfect for snack time. Thanks so much for linking up with Montessori Monday and for sharing your printables. I featured your printables as Free Printables of the Day at the Living Montessori Now Facebook page and on Pinterest. :)

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    1. melissa Post author

      Thank you so much for sharing, Deb! I knew I wanted real photos, and the snack process is one all of the children in our program can appreciate! Figured it was a good place to start :)

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