Draw a three and four frame story in order.


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Draw a Story in Sequence

Imagination and creativity go together when your students illustrate a three-frame story and a four-frame story when completing the worksheets in this set. These worksheets are meant to help students organize and sequence their thoughts prior to beginning to write stories. No answer key provided.

Grade recommendation: K-1   •   Common Core Standards Alignment: W.K.3

Skills: thinking skills | drawing | sequence of three | language arts | sequence of events | sequence of four

Item 3608-3609 | 2 pages | Publisher: T. Smith Publishing ©2007 | by Tracey Smith

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