Spark Sequencing Cards - Junior

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The Junior Spark Sequence Cards are the perfect tool for basic sequencing. They are easy to use and versatile, targeting a range of goals. The user manual includes 'WH' questions for each picture scene, making them an excellent resource for developing sequencing and picture interpretation skills. The beautifully illustrated pictures provide detailed scenarios that go beyond the basics, requiring critical thinking and offering the perfect challenge for your child. They are so easy to use and versatile. Many goals can be targeted when using these story cards. They can be easily trimmed and fewer cards can be used to target 3-sequence stories and 4-sequence stories. Just take some cards out. It's as easy as that!

Key Features

  • Adaptable to Many Levels: Easily adaptable to various skill levels, these cards can be used with children at different stages of learning. Ideal for individual or group activities, making them perfect for both classroom and home use.
  • Durable and Thick Cards: Made from high-quality, thick materials to ensure longevity. Laminated for durability, these cards can withstand frequent use without showing wear.
  • High-Quality Illustrations: Each card features beautifully illustrated, colorful scenes that are engaging and detailed. The images provide ample context for developing picture interpretation skills and beyond.
  • Organized and Accessible: Large 4.5” x 4.5” cards are easy for children to handle and use. Packaged with stand-up colored tabs for easy access and organized storage, keeping your learning environment tidy and efficient.
  • Raking the Leaves
  • Ordering Ice Cream
  • Building a Doghouse
  • Cutting a Fruit Salad
  • Preparing a Fish Tank
  • Setting up a Campfire
  • Nighttime Routine
  • Making a Birthday Sign

Sequence it: Present some or all of the cards to your child and have them put the cards in the correct order.

Ask it: Ask the “WH” questions: WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY, HOW

Describe it: Have your child formulate a sentence and describe the picture scenes.

Narrate it: Have your child tell the story using narrative skills and connect the pictures using sequencing terms such as: then, next, before, after, first, last, beginning, middle, and in the end.

Analyze it: Have your child notice picture details and identify which details are the clues to determine the order of the pictures. Use a dry erase marker to highlight scene details.

Notice it: Notice the character emotions and changes of details in the picture card sets.

Connect it: Connect the events in the story picture cards to something you did, you know or experienced.

Advanced level activities:

Expand it: Practice critical thinking skills and ask, “What happened before?”, “What might happen next?”, “What other events are happening during the events in this picture?”.

Summarize it: Ask your child to identify the main idea. Have your child name the story with a story title.

Perceive it: Critical thinking: “What is the character thinking?” “What is the character saying?”

Draw it: Have your child draw a scene that might have happened before, after, and/or between the events in the picture card scenes.

Write it: Have your child work on writing skills and write a story about the picture cards.

Create it: Have your child create another similar sequenced story. Compare and contrast the stories.

Enjoy it: Enjoy using these SPARK sequencing cards!!

The Junior Spark Sequence Cards are the perfect tool for basic sequencing. They are easy to use and versatile, targeting a range of goals. The user manual includes 'WH' questions for each picture scene, making them an excellent resource for developing sequencing and picture interpretation skills. The beautifully illustrated pictures provide detailed scenarios that go beyond the basics, requiring critical thinking and offering the perfect challenge for your child. They are so easy to use and versatile. Many goals can be targeted when using these story cards. They can be easily trimmed and fewer cards can be used to target 3-sequence stories and 4-sequence stories. Just take some cards out. It's as easy as that!

Key Features

  • Adaptable to Many Levels: Easily adaptable to various skill levels, these cards can be used with children at different stages of learning. Ideal for individual or group activities, making them perfect for both classroom and home use.
  • Durable and Thick Cards: Made from high-quality, thick materials to ensure longevity. Laminated for durability, these cards can withstand frequent use without showing wear.
  • High-Quality Illustrations: Each card features beautifully illustrated, colorful scenes that are engaging and detailed. The images provide ample context for developing picture interpretation skills and beyond.
  • Organized and Accessible: Large 4.5” x 4.5” cards are easy for children to handle and use. Packaged with stand-up colored tabs for easy access and organized storage, keeping your learning environment tidy and efficient.
  • Raking the Leaves
  • Ordering Ice Cream
  • Building a Doghouse
  • Cutting a Fruit Salad
  • Preparing a Fish Tank
  • Setting up a Campfire
  • Nighttime Routine
  • Making a Birthday Sign

Sequence it: Present some or all of the cards to your child and have them put the cards in the correct order.

Ask it: Ask the “WH” questions: WHO, WHAT, WHERE, WHEN, WHY, HOW

Describe it: Have your child formulate a sentence and describe the picture scenes.

Narrate it: Have your child tell the story using narrative skills and connect the pictures using sequencing terms such as: then, next, before, after, first, last, beginning, middle, and in the end.

Analyze it: Have your child notice picture details and identify which details are the clues to determine the order of the pictures. Use a dry erase marker to highlight scene details.

Notice it: Notice the character emotions and changes of details in the picture card sets.

Connect it: Connect the events in the story picture cards to something you did, you know or experienced.

Advanced level activities:

Expand it: Practice critical thinking skills and ask, “What happened before?”, “What might happen next?”, “What other events are happening during the events in this picture?”.

Summarize it: Ask your child to identify the main idea. Have your child name the story with a story title.

Perceive it: Critical thinking: “What is the character thinking?” “What is the character saying?”

Draw it: Have your child draw a scene that might have happened before, after, and/or between the events in the picture card scenes.

Write it: Have your child work on writing skills and write a story about the picture cards.

Create it: Have your child create another similar sequenced story. Compare and contrast the stories.

Enjoy it: Enjoy using these SPARK sequencing cards!!