Sequencing Activities for Halloween Time

Is your child working on sequencing and narrative language? Take advantage of the Halloween season to work on sequencing events! Use pumpkin carving, Halloween costume creation, and Halloween decorating to talk about the steps required to complete the task. Break each activity into small steps and try writing or drawing each step so your child can visually see the sequence! Have your child practice re-telling all of the steps to a sibling or stuffed animal. If they are comfortable, try recording their story telling so they can help decide if they included all of the steps!

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