Black and Orange Sequencing

Young children are constantly assessing the patterns in their worlds.

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From how items fit together, to the similarities between objects in their environments, their awareness of logic and order compose a significant part of their play.

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To cultivate this, we used orange and black colored “rings” to create a sequence with our pumpkins!

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Valentine Heart Sequencing

Using candy hearts, colored sequencing worksheets, and our minds, we learned about what a sequence is! We used colored hearts to demonstrate this. Your little one would name the order of colors, and then complete the sequence on their own!

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Young children can learn about sequencing by putting familiar events, ideas, and objects into their logical order. Key vocabulary words for sequential order are “first”, “second”, “next”, “then”, and “finally”.

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Ordinal numbers are also important vocabulary words for sequential order.

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Helping children understand the concept of sequence develops math skills, literacy, and scientific inquiry skills.

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