Practice sequencing with this set of 21 sequencing task cards.
This app is a great way to scaffold the skills of “sequencing events” and “retelling” a story.
You can play this game with or without audios so that you can better meet the diverse learning needs of your students. The activities can be used as a fun way to introduce sequencing and to practice it throughout the year.
This app is great for any students who have sequencing or retelling IEP goals! The cards are also a great resource for visual learners or students who need extra support. The clear visuals make this an ideal activity for students with autism or other disabilities, as well as English Language Learners.
This complete sequencing app includes 21 sets of cards (12 three-step sequences, 7 five-step sequences, and 2 five-step sequences). All sequences include beautiful illustrations and a professionally recorded audio to narrate the sequence of events.
Minor bug fixes and improvements
Ratings and Reviews
A sequencing app with highly engaging pictures to sort from 3 step to five step picture scenes. Tapping on the picture will allow you to hear a sentence about the picture. Dragging the picture into one of the boxes will also allow you to hear the sentence except for the last step which gets cut off before closing out and returning with the same set of picture again. It would be nice if the app allowed the next set of pictures to come up rather than repeating the same set. A tracking system for how many correctly sequenced sets would be rewarding for children as well.
Just needs a bit of tweaking
Overall great concept, clear voice, simple 3 step sequencing of relatable situations, reward sound when goal is met. But... Like others have said go to next sequencing after completed successfully, offer option of closed captioned (children need visual as well as auditory), optional to zoom in to see detail. Option to buy more decks of sequencing would be nice with themes, also there is NO sound unless notifications are on needs fixed. Look forward to some of these fixes in the next upgrade. Cheers!
This is a good app. The pictures are simple yet understandable. I like how you are told the part of the story when you tap each picture. I would like it to repeat the entire story when the sequencing is done. I would also like to be able to add multiple students and have the app keep track of their progress. When writing a review, I would like to be told before I type the whole review that the nickname I chose has been taken so I don't have to retype this entire review so many times.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.