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How-to Writing Pages Hands-on Sequencing

Original price was: $8.00.Current price is: $6.00.

Engage your students in your How-to writing unit with these hands-on pages! In our how-to writing unit, we loved using little kits to act out the steps for a topic. Doing it first helps students when it comes to writing the steps. Similar to my Story Pop-ups, students use the pieces to ACT OUT the steps! Cut out…

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Engage your students in your How-to writing unit with these hands-on pages!

In our how-to writing unit, we loved using little kits to act out the steps for a topic. Doing it first helps students when it comes to writing the steps.

Similar to my Story Pop-ups, students use the pieces to ACT OUT the steps!

  1. Cut out the pieces.
  2. Act out the steps.
  3. Write the steps

There are 3 versions of the student pages

  • 4 steps
  • 3 steps with picture prompts for each step
  • No writing- great for oral practice, younger students

Each set has:

  • Teacher cards for modeling
  • 3 differentiated student pages
  • Verb cards for spelling reference

12 topic sets:

  1. How to Give a Dog a Bath
  2. How to Make a PB&J Sandwich
  3. How to Make Toast
  4. How to Make Hot Chocolate
  5. How to Brush Your Teeth
  6. How to Get Ready for Bed
  7. How to Make Lemonade
  8. How to Build a Sandcastle
  9. How to Catch a Fish
  10. How to Dress for Rainy Weather
  11. How to Build a Sundae
  12. How to Grow a Plan

If you prefer, alternatively you can purchase this How-To Writing resource at my TpT store.

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2 reviews for How-to Writing Pages Hands-on Sequencing

  1. Soraya G.

    ⭐️⭐⭐️⭐️⭐️
    My students loved using this during our small group time. They are engaging with this resource. It improves their reading abilities.

  2. Courtney C.

    This resource matches perfectly to a Lucy Calkins writing unit on How To books that is taught in Kindergarten at my school. I loved all the ways I could practice the sequencing and sequence words with my students. Having the ability to have them build the scene rather than draw it is also a huge plus, as many of my students are resistant to drawing!!

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