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Sequential processing is the child's ability to solve problems by arranging the parts of the problem in sequential or step-by-step order. The ability to process or solve problems sequentially is closely related to a variety of everyday school oriented skills. These include memorization of letters of the alphabet, math facts, and lists of spelling words, or following verbal instructions and learning phonics.