How to make pizza sequence sentences are a great way to help young learners practice sequencing the order of events.
Young readers and writers can use these pages to practice reading sentences, tracing them, and then writing them on their own.
October is National Pizza Month making it the perfect time to pull out these sentence sequencing worksheets.
How to Make Pizza Sequence Sentences
Add these free printables to your literacy centers as part of your sequencing activities or handwriting practice.
Why practice sentence sequencing?
Sentence sequencing is an important reading skill for students to master. It’s a skill that helps them understand what they’re reading, but it can be difficult for children to learn on their own.
That’s why sentence sequencing worksheets are so valuable in helping kids build this skill!
Why add in handwriting practice?
These sequencing worksheets help children practice handwriting as they trace each sentence and then write it on their own.
Tracing the sentences helps children focus on proper letter formation. Then, children have an opportunity to practice forming those letters on the blank lines.
How to Use Sentence Sequencing Worksheets
This pack includes both a color version and a black/white version. Choose which version works best for you, and print it on regular printer paper.
Spread the pages out on the table, and help your students think about how to make pizza. As you talk it through, have them stack the pages in order.
Now, you can bind the pages in a folder or staple them together to make a handwriting booklet.
Help students read each page in order telling the story of how to make pizza.
Next, have them trace the sentences. Finally, have them write the sentences in their best handwriting.
When to Use These Sequencing Sentences
As I mentioned above, you can use this pack to celebrate National Pizza Month in October.
They’re also perfect for Cheese Pizza Day on September 5 and National Pepperoni Pizza Day on September 20.
You can also use them anytime of year – especially right before a pizza party or pizza dinner night.
Other Sentence Sequencing Worksheets
Here on the blog, I have a growing collection of sentence sequencing worksheets. Be sure to grab them all to provide more sequencing and handwriting practice for your kids.
• Halloween Sentence Sequencing
• Make Breakfast Sequence Sentences
• How to Make a Sundae Sequencing
BOOKS ABOUT Pizza
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about pizza. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
• A Pizza with Everything On It – It’s a tale as old as time: a kid wants to make a pizza with his dad, but not just any pizza . . . he wants a pizza with everything on it. That’s right, everything…
• Pete the Cat and the Perfect Pizza Party – It’s a party, a party, a perfect pizza party! That’s what Pete thinks as he piles the pie high with his favorite topping—pepperoni. But then his friends come over and add their own toppings to the pizza. Will Pete’s perfect pizza be ruined? There’s only one way to find out!
• Pizza Day – On a sunny, summer day, a young boy and his father assemble the ingredients for a homemade pizza. From gathering fresh garden herbs to rolling out the dough for a crust to spreading on sauce and cheese, this picture book leads young chefs step-by-step through the process of making a favorite meal.
• This paper plate pizza craft is perfect for celebrating National Pizza Day on February 9! It’s also great for little ones who love pizza.
• Add a DIY felt pizza to your pretend play area, and kids can create their own pizzas over and over again.
• Imagine all the Play-Doh pizza possibilities – your little chef can slice up some oven-fresh fun again and again with this pizza play food set for kids!