# Understanding Sequences Normal Worksheets for Ages 7-9

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• Understanding Sequences
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## Sequencential Order Worksheet

This worksheet is perfect for science-lovers: it'll test how good your child is at following instructions by asking them to complete the steps in the right order. Have them read the steps and then choose the statements that correctly fill in the blanks. It's more than just fun experiments and results - science also requires careful procedure.
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## Sequence Word Eagle Worksheet

Help your child brush up on reading and writing with this fun worksheet. Read the story of the golden eagle's day, then have the child circle the numbers in the right order. Point out the sequence words that tell the order of events. This helps learners understand how to make their writing clear and understandable to others.
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## Tommys Test Worksheet

Reading short stories to your students builds a bond, teaches new words and lessons. Read the story aloud and then have them listen for details. Ask them the questions at the bottom and help them check the answers.
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## Carnivore Counting to 120 Worksheet

Ask your child to name some popular carnivores. Can they tell you what the animal in the worksheet is? A Tiger? Get them to count from 100 to 120 to connect the dots. After they finish the first picture, keep counting to help them practice!
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## Writing it Down Worksheet

To document pawn promotion, add "=<piece name>" to the move notation. For example: e7-e8=Q. Ask your child to look at the chessboard and take note of the moves. Check the notations are correct. (80 words)
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## Ten Charts Worksheet

Help your child learn numbers in a creative way using this printable worksheet. They'll learn the difference between numbers, how to add them, and the symbols of "greater than", "less than" and "equals to". They can compare two sides, and identify which is greater, less or equal. Let their maths knowledge bloom!
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