Description: Take pictures to the steps of common sequences (or use our pre-made sequencing worksheets). Talk about what’s happening in each step and then help the child put the steps in the correct order. Talk through mistakes and act things out to help the children see what they missed. For example, you could say “Ok so I put the toothbrush in my mouth and then I put on the toothpaste? How would I do that? Let me try, ok, I’m putting it in my mouth…how can I get that toothpaste in there??” Once the steps are in order, have the child describe the sequence back to you using words like “first”, “next”, “then”, and “last”.