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Kindergarten Language Arts Skill Builders

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Follow Directions - SL.K.1.a, SL.K.2


Links verified on 02/02/2021


1. 3 Activities to Teach Following Directions.

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Teach preschoolers how to follow directions through fun and engaging games and activities. Teach preschoolers how to follow directions through fun and engaging games and activities.  SEE MORE
 
2. 6 Following Directions Games for Kids.

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One of the most fun ways to help kids practice following directions and listening is by playing games. We love to move and learn here so here are 6 following directions games that get kids up and moving! SEE MORE
 
3. Blind Trust.

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Following one- and two-step directions is expected in kindergarten. This blind obstacle course turns the art of listening into an outdoor game.  SEE MORE
 
4. Centervention: Following Directions Worksheet and Activities.

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In the following directions worksheet below, students will help Owlivia, an animal character from Zoo Academy with a coloring project.  SEE MORE
 
5. Five Playful Ways to Work on Listening and Following Directions.

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5 FUN ways that you can work on your child’s listening skills. Use with preschoolers through school age…just adjust the difficulty level to match your child’s ability level and then slowly increase the difficulty as they build their skills. SEE MORE
 
6. Follow Dirctions: Coloring.

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Give coloring time a little more educational value with this lesson in following directions! They'll be identifying shapes, choosing the right color, and most importantly they'll be learning how to follow instructions. SEE MORE
 
7. Following Directions Activities that Anyone Can Learn From.

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Six following direction activities from HomeSpeechHome.com.  SEE MORE
 
8. Following Directions.

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Print the page of your choice. Print the directions. Choose the difficulty. For beginners use the one step directions. SEE MORE
 
9. If You're a Kid (Dance Around!).

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This video is about following directions. Listen closely! Be sure and STOP when told to do that also! SEE MORE
 
10. Shape Monster.

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Draw your own shape monster with this fun template that encourages kids to follow directions and explore shapes in a creative way. Use the instructions to help guide kids, and see what kind of wacky shape monster emerges!  SEE MORE
 
11. Spatial Concepts.

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There are many whole class discussion sites on this website to teach this concept, along with interactive sites where the children can drag and drop the animals according to directions given to them. (i.e. put the dog through the doghouse). SEE MORE
 

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