I got this super adorable activity today from the Mailbox in my e-mail today. It's in regards to sequencing skills and is adorable.
What's cooking at this center? Sequencing skills! Each week, select or write a paragraph or short story for sequencing practice. Copy each sentence on a tagboard lasagna noodle cutout. Number the backs of the cutouts for self-checking and then store the noodles in an empty lasagna noodle box. Place the box, writing paper, and pencils at a center. A student arranges the sentences in sequential order. Next, she flips the cutouts to check her work. She then copies the sequenced writing on paper and titles it appropriately.
I got this super adorable activity today from the Mailbox in my e-mail today. It's in regards to sequencing skills and is adorable! You create sentence strips that look like the wavy lasagna noodles (kind of like a puzzle if they fit perfect) and store them in a lasagna noodle box! Soooo cute. I'll be sharing this with my teacher friends. They look for stuff like this. I signed up for e-mails from The Mailbox and I like it.