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Sequence Sentences

In this worksheet, students will practise sequencing sentences.

'Sequence Sentences' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 1

Year:  Year 1 English worksheets

Curriculum topic:   Writing: Composition

Curriculum subtopic:   Sequence Sentences

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Worksheet Overview

We can put sentences in an order to write about something that happened or tell a short story. 


It is important to sequence the sentences in the right order; one idea needs to follow another in a logical order so it makes sense.


These meals are sequenced in the correct order:


    Breakfast                             Lunch                                   Dinner



These days of the week are sequenced in the wrong order and do not make sense:

Tuesday  Sunday  Friday  Wednesday  Monday  Saturday  Thursday


These days are sequenced in the right order:

Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday  Friday  Saturday  Sunday


We can sequence short simple sentences. 


snow  building a snowman


It started to snow.  The children built a snowman.


The sequence is in the correct order as it needs to snow before a snowman can be built.


In this activity, you can practise putting words and sentences into the correct sequence so that they make sense.

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