Teaching sequencing

I have used the alphabet carpet idea with younger kids. I have a student stand somewhere on the carpet and have a “goal” for them to get to. The rest of the class sits around the carpet and we go around the carpet and each student gives directions for the next move. As they learn this way, I begin to add in chairs onto the carpet to block pathways. They love it. Another one I use is the humanbot for 2nd-4th graders. If they say “turn left,” I keep turning left until they give me another direction. I start out having them tell ME directions to get from one place to another. They have to be specific. Sometimes they would turn it back on me! If I tell them to walk down the hallway to the post by the front doors, they will keep right on walking in place and bumping into the post because I did not tell them STOP at the post. Then I know they understand that concept!
They also love the peanut butter sandwich one.