We were going to buy at least one bag of the Autumn Candy Corn/Pumpkin Mix before Halloween, so I thought it would be fun to create an Autumn Candy Mix Sequencing page.
First we sorted/separated the Candy Corn, Indian Corn and Candy Pumpkins into 3 separate containers.
Next, my daughter matched the appropriate piece of candy to the appropriate graphic. The last row I left blank (purposely) for her to create her own pattern. We've been working on directional and sequencing words (right, left, upside down, before, first, second, next, last, etc) - so this gave us a fun way to practice using them.
Wanna play too? You can download the template here. I've also included an additional template that only has the beginning of the sequence - requiring your child to complete and repeat the pattern.
For one page you will need 9 Candy Pumpkins, 15 pieces of Candy Corn & 15 pieces of Indian Corn (1 Bag of the Autumn Mix will have plenty). If you are working with a larger group or younger children - I would recommend cutting the page into strips and giving each child only one row to complete.
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