Sing and Sequence: Three Interactive Songs to Practice Sequencing

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Sing and Sequence features three interactive songs that help children practice sequencing skills. Songs are to the tune of familiar melodies and feature four-step sequencing tasks. Songs can also be paired with transitional words such as first, then, next, and last.


  1. Cut out, print, and laminate sequence songs and sequence strips.
  2. Attach velcro to the back of the sequence strip images and to each of the blank squares found on the sequence song pages.
  3. Velcro the corresponding pictures to the top row of blank squares out of order.
  4. Sing or read the song lyrics with your client and encourage them to rearrange the sequence strips in the correct order on the bottom row.


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