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Lori Binko
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Alphabet & Reading
One Page Pictures
Early Childhood, Primary, Intermediate

Sequence Train train beginning middle end sequence Sequence Mats

Pictures of 3 parts of a train: Engine, Train car, and Caboose.  I use these mats to sort picture cards or small objects by "beginning", "middle", and "end" to use in all areas of curriculum.

For example, we can sort: 

Story Details (When did Goldilocks meet the bears?)

Phoneme Placement (Where do you hear the K sound in "kite" or "duck")

Rhyming (cat, one letter on each mat, change c to b, m, f, and th)

Words in a sentence (I see a cat, I see a banana)

Event sequence (Get dressed, eat breakfast, go to school)

Life Cycle of insect (caterpillar, chrysallis, butterfly)

Plant Growth (seed, sprout, plant)

Life cycle of human (baby, kid, parent)

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<div style='margin:0 auto;font-family:Arial,sans-serif;background-color: #eeeeee; border-radius: 10px; padding: 5px; width: 350px;'><a href='http://lessonpix.com/materials/1251361/Police+Station' style='display: block;'><img style='display:block;margin:0 auto; border:none' width='335' height='335' alt='Sequence Train' src='http://lessonpix.com/actionshots/cover/1251361/335/Police%2BStation.jpg'></img><div style='font-size: 20px; text-align: center;'><a href='http://lessonpix.com/materials/1251361/Police+Station' style='display: block;'>Sequence Train</a></div><div style='font-size: 12px;'><p>Pictures of 3 parts of a train: Engine, Train car, and Caboose.  I use these mats to sort picture cards or small objects by "beginning", "middle", and "end" to use in all areas of curriculum.</p> <p>For example, we can sort: </p> <p>Story Details (When did Goldilocks meet the bears?)</p> <p>Phoneme Placement (Where do you hear the K sound in "kite" or "duck")</p> <p>Rhyming (cat, one letter on each mat, change c to b, m, f, and th)</p> <p>Words in a sentence (I see a cat, I see a banana)</p> <p>Event sequence (Get dressed, eat breakfast, go to school)</p> <p>Life Cycle of insect (caterpillar, chrysallis, butterfly)</p> <p>Plant Growth (seed, sprout, plant)</p> <p>Life cycle of human (baby, kid, parent)</p></div><div style='font-size: 10px; text-align: right;'><a href='http://lessonpix.com/users/lori'>By lori at LessonPix.com</a></div></div></div>

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<div style='margin:0 auto;font-family:Arial,sans-serif;background-color: #eeeeee; border-radius: 8px; padding: 2px; width: 200px;'><a href='http://lessonpix.com/materials/1251361/Police+Station' style='display: block;'><img style='display:block;margin:0 auto; border:none' alt='Sequence Train' width='180' height='180' src='http://lessonpix.com/actionshots/cover/1251361/335/Police%2BStation.jpg'></img><div style='font-size: 20px; text-align: center;'><a href='http://lessonpix.com/materials/1251361/Police+Station' style='display: block;'>Sequence Train</a></div><div style='font-size: 8px; text-align: right;'><a href='http://lessonpix.com/users/lori'>By lori at LessonPix.com</a></div></div>

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<div style='margin:0 auto;font-family:Arial,sans-serif;background-color: #eeeeee; border-radius: 5px; padding: 2px; width: 150px;'><a href='http://lessonpix.com/materials/1251361/Police+Station' style='display: block;'><img style='display:block;margin:0 auto; border:none' width='130' height='130' alt='Sequence Train' src='http://lessonpix.com/actionshots/cover/1251361/335/Police%2BStation.jpg'></img><div style='font-size: 10px; text-align: right;'><a href='http://lessonpix.com/users/lori'>By lori at LessonPix.com</a></div></div>