Story sequencing cards

I’ve been looking for some free printable story sequencing cards and found a few to help my youngest learn some sequencing. I printed these on cardstock and laminated them with clear contact paper.


In the picture there is

DLTK’s Cookie Baking Sequencing Cards.

A free printable sunflower sequencing set from, but for some reason I can’t find it there anymore.

DLTK’s The Very Hungry Catepillar story sequencing cards

Some other free fun printable sequencing cards:

DLTK’s Gingerbread Man

Nursery rhyme printable sequencing cards

At Montessori for Everyone, you can download free lovely color photos of the life cycles of an apple and a pumpkin and turn them into sequencing cards too.

And if I can ever figure out how to create a downloadable file for my blog, I am going to try to create a life cycle of our toads we grew from tadpoles out of our pictures from last year and create some from our sunflower plants from this year

More sequencing:

Egg Story Sequencing cards at

Life cycle wheels for frog, butterfly and duck from

You can see what they look like put together here:

Life Cycle Educational Craft

Oak Tree Life Cycle at Pre-Kinders (scroll down to the bottom to find the oak tree life cycle printable).

Here’s some cute line drawing sequencing cards. I think the fireman putting out the fire on the birthday cake in the third set is funny.

I made some sequencing of gingerbread men on this post: Gingerbread men sequencing and pattering printables

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16 Responses to Story sequencing cards

  1. Lak says:

    Thank you for sharing! I came across your site quite by chance when I was looking for some sequencing cards. The nursery rhyme pictures are beautifully illustrated. I’m planning on laminating them for my classes.

  2. growinginpeace says:

    You are very welcome. I love sequencing cards and you are right, the nursery rhyme pictures are really lovely

    Every time I find new ones, I add them to the list.

  3. Thank you for these link lists! I love these posts, very helpful! I just found your blog and have I feeling I am going to be back often.

  4. Lak says:

    Hi there –

    I found this site (also completely by chance)! and they have some really beautiful printables…..including cards which can be used for sequencing. Enjoy!

  5. growinginpeace says:

    Lak – very cool. I will add them to the list.

    By the way…I just might write a quick post about your dyslexia site if you didn’t mind. I don’t have a dyslexic child, but I do have a dyslexic nephew. I’ll pass along the site to her to see if there is anything that might help her. I know that others might benefit from having information/support.

  6. Lak says:

    Thank you! I look forward to reading. If there are any areas of interest she would like to see there (connected to dyslexia), please do let me know.

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  8. Dawnell says:

    This is fantastic… thanks for saving me a lot of time! I’m a speech-language therapist living overseas (did not pack my materials) and these story-sequences are really great.

  9. Kimberly says:

    Thank you SO much! I finally found exactly what I was looking for, on your blog. Egg story sequence cards. Thank you for posting this. 🙂

  10. filio says:

    this is amazing. very good job!!!!! i finally found what i was looking for. well done.

  11. filio says:

    nice work

  12. Wonderful says:

    Great! I’m teaching my little sister sequencing and I was looking all over for some decent sequencing cards– this is what I found! Thanks so much!

  13. growinginpeace says:

    You are welcome!

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  15. Lorna says:

    Thank you so much for putting this together. I had been having a rough time finding sequencing cards until I found your website. I had been looking so I can teach my granddaughter more. You’ve done an awesome job and have saved a bunch of us a lot of time searching.

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