Make Breakfast Sequence Sentences

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These “Make the Breakfast” sequence sentences are perfect for kindergarten students. They’ll practice handwriting and sequencing at the same time!

Add these sequencing activities to your literacy centers, and your children will work on handwriting, sequencing, storytelling, and coloring in one learning activity!

My favorite thing about this set free printables is that they double as an educational activity.

Your little ones will have so much fun completing them, they won’t even realize they’re learning.

Make Breakfast Sequence Sentences

To get started, print out the sentence sequencing pages on regular printer paper. You can staple them together to make a book, or you can give your child one page at a time. 

If you want to make these pages reusable, slip each one in a dry-erase pocket (I love these!) and let your kids use dry erase markers to write the sentences. 

This free printable pack contains two sets of sequencing activities. One has color graphic while the other is black and white.

Choose which set works best for your homeschool or classroom needs. 

These “Making Breakfast” story sequencing activities allow kids to focus on each step of the task separately. There are several different ways you can present and use them. 

For younger children, I would present the pages in order from beginning to end. Talk about the events featured on each page.

Older children should be able to put a jumbled stack of pages in order on their own.

They should be able to do this by looking at the pictures even if they can’t yet read the sentences on their own yet.

To use the sequencing worksheets, have your child read the first sentence on each page. If your kids aren’t reading yet, read the sentence to them pointing to each word so they can follow along. 

Next, have them trace the second sentence with their pencil or dry erase marker. This will help them practice proper letter formation as well as tracking from left to right. 

Finally, if your kids are ready, have them copy the sentence onto the blank lines at the bottom of the page. This is a great way to help them develop hand-eye coordination as they look at the sentence at the top of the page and copy it to the bottom. 

Once all of the pages are complete, help your child bind them into a book. Then, have them “read” the book to friends and family. 


Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about breakfast. 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.

If You Give a Pig a PancakePancakes, Pancakes!If You Give a Dog a Donut


If You Give a Pig a Pancake – If you give a pig a pancake, she’ll want some syrup to go with it. You’ll give her some of your favorite maple syrup, and she’ll probably get all sticky, so she’ll want to take a bath. She’ll ask you for some bubbles. When you give her the bubbles…

Pancakes, Pancakes! – The barnyard rooster crows to tell Jack it’s time to get up. It’s very early in the morning — and Jack is so hungry that what he really wants is a large pancake for breakfast. But first, Jack’s mother needs flour from the mill, an egg from the black he, milk from the spotted cow, and butter churned from fresh cream. Will it ever be time for breakfast and that large pancake?

If You Give a Dog a Donut – If you give a dog a donut, he’ll ask for some apple juice to go with it. When you give him the juice, he’ll drink it all up. Then, before you can say “Woof” . . . Dog is off on a backyard adventure!

How to Make Breakfast
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