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What happens next? With exercises for children from preschool to second grade, our sequencing events worksheets will guide your students through logical reasoning to put events in order. Students will use pictures and text to rearrange events and create a logical story, map narratives, predict endings, use transition words, and practice reading comprehension in these sequencing events worksheets!

Sequencing — Events Worksheet | Teach Starter

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    Grade:  3 — 4

A worksheet to use when teaching students how to sequence important events when reading.

Use this worksheet when teaching students how to sequence important events in texts.

Students sequence sentences to create a story that makes sense. They also use a picture as a guide to come up with a sequence of events that occurred before the picture was taken during and after.


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    Affixes Word Building Puzzle Activity

    Build words with affixes with a pack of printable word-building puzzles.

    11 pages


    2 — 3

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    Inherited and Acquired Plant Traits — Reading Passage

    Read and learn about inherited and acquired traits in plants with a printable reading comprehension passage and worksheet.

    4 pages


    5 — 6

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    Reflection Activity — Compass Points

    Use this template to assist students in recording their reflections and responses to information from fiction and non-fiction texts and media sources.

    1 page


    4 — 5

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    Main Idea Kettle Writing Template

    Create a cute kettle template to help students understands the main idea and supporting detail while reading.

    2 pages


    3 — 5

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    Main Idea Ice Cream Cones Sorting Activity

    Practice distinguishing the main idea and the supporting detail with this fun ice cream sorting activity.

    8 pages


    2 — 4

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    Main Idea and Details Worksheets

    Practice finding the main idea and supporting detail with this pack of main idea worksheets.

    12 pages


    3 — 4

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    Finding the Main Idea in Fiction Texts Interactive Activity

    Help your students easily find the main idea and support details in a fiction text with this interactive activity.

    1 page


    3 — 6

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    Main Idea and Supporting Details Posters

    Display this set of posters to assist in the teaching and learning of the main idea and supporting detail while reading.

    5 pages


    3 — 4

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    Main Idea and Details Burger Template

    Practice finding the main idea and supporting details of a piece of text with this hamburger template.

    5 pages


    3 — 6

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    Main Idea Exit Tickets

    Check for understanding of the main idea and supporting detail with these exit tickets.

    31 pages


    2 — 4


Literary reading worksheet

Fall leaf


Lanky — tall, thin.

Dam — a barrier on the river to raise the water level.

Dammed — blocked the river with a dam.

Laid — Laid.

Khatka is the name of a small house in the south of Russia, Belarus, Ukraine.

Chill Feeling cold.

to be shy — to be frightened, shy, afraid.

Khodko work work fast.

gnawed — gnawed.

Who are leaf fallers?


Who was Fallen Leaf running after to warm countries? ________________________________


Did Leaf Fall like the beaver hut, why? ________________________________


Why did he stay there? _________________


Describe Fall Leaf


Continue the phrase from the fairy tale


Restore the sequence of events

____Preparing animals for winter.

____ I had to stay for the winter.

____Finally home!

____ I suffered a lot of fear during the long winter.

____ Falling Leaf Dream.

____ Beaver hut.

Imagine that Fallen Leaves’ journey continues. What other adventures could happen to him? Write it down.


Do the test hares?

A) spring

B) in summer

C) in autumn

2. How many rabbits were born to a hare?

A) 1

B) 2

C) 3

3. What did the smallest hare want?

A) run fast

B) don’t be cowardly

C) fly

4. Where did the little hare run away from home?

A) to another forest

B) to warmer climes

C) to a village

5. Who has the hare left to live with?

A) beavers

B) foxes

C) cranes

6. What was the hare supposed to do in the beavers’ house?

A) prepare supplies for the winter

B) carry food for beaver cubs from the pantry

C) clean up

7. What did the hare do when the hare came home?

A) drove him away

B) sent him looking for food

C) put him to bed

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The TeamWox system provides for creating various diagrams and attaching them to messages. In order to create a chart, you must click the button located at the bottom of the message editor. This will open the diagram editor window:

The top menu of the diagram editor contains the following commands:

  • (Ctrl+S) — save the diagram. Clicking on the down arrow opens a submenu that allows you to export the chart as a PNG image.
  • (Ctrl + Z) — undo the last action.
  • (Ctrl+U) — Redo the last undone action.
  • — switch the cursor to pointer mode.
  • (Ctrl+8) — switch to rectangle creation mode.
  • (Ctrl+9) — switch to oval creation mode.
  • (Ctrl+6) — switch to line creation mode.
  • (Ctrl+7) — switch to the curved line creation mode.
  • — switch to connector creation mode.

To build one of the above figures on a sheet, you must press the left mouse button and, without releasing it, give the figure the desired size and shape.

  • — Merge the selected shapes for co-management. You can select multiple shapes by holding down the «Ctrl» key.
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On the left side of the diagram editor there is a menu of objects to insert. In order to customize the list of figure groups displayed in the menu, you must press the button. After that, the following window will open:

In order to select or exclude a group, left-click on the icon to the left of its name. Enabled groups are marked with checkmarks.

The following groups of objects are provided in the diagram editor:

  • Audit diagram forms — audit diagrams are designed to document and analyze various processes.
  • Forms of cause and effect diagrams — this type of diagram is designed to depict the causes of occurrences of various events.
  • «EPC» diagram forms — «EPC» (Event-driven Process Chain) diagrams are designed to describe business processes as a sequence of alternating events and functions.
  • Floor plan measurement chart forms — Forms for drawing various floor plans with dimensions.
  • Site map forms — Forms for displaying website plans.
  • Computer and Monitor Shapes — A set of computer and monitor shapes.
  • Network and Peripheral Shapes — Shapes for depicting network environments and peripherals.
  • Forms of network designations — forms for the image of devices for work on a network.
  • Network Location Shapes — A set of shapes representing different locations.
  • LDAP Object Shapes is a set of Lightweight Directory Access Protocol Shapes.
  • Server shapes — a set of shapes for different types of servers.

The «Filter» field is intended for quick search of shapes by their names. To apply filtering, you must enter the first characters of the shape name.

Each group contains a variety of shapes for creating charts. In order to open a particular group, you must left-click on its name. To move a figure on the sheet, left-click on it and, without releasing it, drag it to the desired position.

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