Easter Story Retell and 3 Picture Sequencing Activities

Enhance your students’ storytelling skills with our engaging Easter Story Retell and Picture Sequencing Activities. These activities help students practice 3 picture sequencing, making it easier to tell a complete story with a clear beginning, middle, and end.

Available in digital or printable formats, this resource includes five levels of difficulty and requires minimal prep. It’s a great way for students to learn how to use transition words while improving their storytelling abilities. Elevate your classroom storytelling with these Easter story retell activities!


  • Perfect for students in grades k-2
  • Students who are beginning to learn how to retell stories
  • Students who present with challenges in telling sequential stories
  • Mixed groups
  • Small groups
  • Whole class lessons
  • Independent work
  • General education teachers
  • Special education services
  • Speech therapy
  • RTI
  • Homeschool
  • …and much more!
*PLEASE NOTE: This resource opens in Google Slides™. You can print the document by downloading it as a PDF from Google Slide™ or use it digitally.

  • Teaching Video: Play the included Story Retell video to engage students to help them learn and practice sequencing the beginning, middle, and end.
  • 31 Pages: Multiple pages of practice activities are included that go along with the teaching video. They help to further develop and strengthen your students’ understanding of retelling stories.
  • Easter Story Retell Leveled Activities Include:
    • 2 Understanding Beginning, Middle, and End
      • Students will identify and label a familiar Easter sequence using the word or visual representation for beginning, middle, and end.
    • 3 Picture Sequencing and Retell
        • Students will sequence 3 pictures of an Easter activity and then retell the sequence using the terms beginning, middle, and end.
    • 3 Short Story Sequencing and Retell
        • Students will listen to a simple Easter story, sequence the pictures, and retell the story using the terms beginning, middle, and end or other transition words such as first, next, and finally.
    • 3 Paragraph Sequencing and Retell
        • Students will listen to a more complex Easter story, sequence the pictures, and retell the story using the terms beginning, middle, and end or other transition words such as first, next, and finally.
    • 5 Writing a Retell From Pictures
        • Students will retell an Easter activity by writing about the sequenced pictures
        • A vocabulary and transition word list is provided
  • Anchor Charts:  Included in this resource are beginning, middle, and end anchor charts and posters that help your students understand the vocabulary and how to sequence.
  • Graphic Organizers: Included in this resource are story retell graphic organizers to support retelling stories.
  • Easter Topics Include:
    • Hide the Eggs
    • Easter Flowers
    • Eggcelent Eggs
    • Time to Hatch
    • Chocolate Bunnies
    • Dye the Eggs
    • Egg Race
    • Easter Gift Basket
    • Easter Brunch
    • Hunting for Eggs
    • Bunny’s Special Day
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