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Classroom Listen Up! FREEBIE UPDATED June 2017 I added 2 levels for one & two step directions. One & Two steps (with two levels: one with color specification and one without) and an open-ended scene (make up your

1st day- have to tweak for my freshmen. Great way to see if students are able to follow directions.

I& student teaching with a resource teacher, which means that I often get to push into other classes and observe what is going on in the ge.

Follow Directions- Read the directions and add the details to the map. Fun activity to get students familiar with how a map works while teaching them how to follow directions! Perfect for the beginning of the 2nd grade school year!

Kindergarten — Geography 5 — Terms related to direction and distance, as well as symbols and landmarks, can be used to talk about the relative location of familiar places. Around the House the Fox Chased the Mouse A Prepositional Tale by Rick Walton

Good site for practising ordinal numbers...a number of different activities, all printable.

Listening skill worksheet or Ordinal Numbers - another great resource for quick morning work or fillers have a substitute do with the students.

FREE TRICKY Following Directions Quizzes~  A fun way to remind students about the importance of following directions!

Don't do this unless you like humiliating your students! A couple of teachers did this to my mildly autistic child and his whole class--so mean and the kids were so upset!

This product helps children perform fun actions that are in steps to develop listening so important for following verbal directions, which is essential later in phonemic awareness. There are 54 task cards differentiated by how many steps. Consider putting your students in small groups or partners to give directions to one another.

Following Directions Task Cards

This product helps children perform fun actions that are in steps to develop listening so important for following verbal directions, which is essential later in phonemic awareness. There are 54 task cards differentiated by how many steps. Consider putting your students in small groups or partners to give directions to one another.

Following Directions Activities with Pete the Cat

Following Directions Activities with Pete the Cat (Kathy Griffin's Teaching Strategies)

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