Story Sequence Worksheets

Story sequencing is an important skill for students to practice.

For older students, have them fill in the Book It pyramid with the beginning, middle, and end events from a story before they cut and glue to create their own pyramid.

Need more detailed responses?  Have students complete the vertical story sequence worksheet, which includes room to explain the beginning of the story (setting and characters), middle of the story (events and conflicts/problems), and end of the story (resolution).

The trifold story sequence worksheet is a simple way to let students expand upon the beginning, middle, and end of story events.

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