I Can Follow Directions is an example of a social narrative, an evidence based practice found effective for teaching social and behavior skills to children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) as well as other students who exhibit social and behavioral difficulties. It is based upon the Social Stories strategy, developed by Carol Gray. Written at approximately a high second grade reading level, it can be adapted for use with children either younger or older, in general and special education classrooms. This story breaks the skill of following directions into discrete steps and provides the reader a rationale for demonstrating the behavior. A classroom poster is included at the end of story, which can be used as a visual support to prompt the skill until it's mastered. Worksheets for reviewing and reinforcing the presented concepts are also included.