“Take Me Out to the Ball Game” ~ Following Directions
Action Direction Cards: Cut apart the desired cards. Add the bonus game cards to make game play more fun. Put all cards in a pile or bucket. Students take turns picking cards and following directions. See who can collect the most cards by the end of the game! You can send the cards home with students as well for home practice (you can put the cards in a brown paper bag or envelope).
**3 pages (6 cards each = 18 cards) of 1-step action directions cards
**3 pages (6 cards each = 18 cards) of 2-step action directions cards
**3 pages (6 cards each = 18 cards) of 3-step action directions cards
**3 pages (6 cards each = 18 cards) of Before/After directions cards
**4 pages (6 cards each = 18 cards) of If/Then Conditional directions cards
**1 page of Create Your Own/Template page (6 cards)
**1 page of Bonus Game Cards and 1 page Bonus Game Cards
**Template (6 cards): Add these bonus game cards to make game play more fun.
Worksheets: These worksheets are great for therapy sessions, entire class practice (project on an interactive white board), or you can laminate the worksheets and use a dry erase marker so that the sheets can be used over and over! These are great for homework as well.
**3 pages of Spatial Directions with Grids (worksheet style)
**2 pages of Create Your Own—Spatial Directions with Grid (worksheet style)
**2 pages of Answering Questions w/ Spatial Terms (w/ Grid) (worksheet style)
**1 page of Answering Questions w/ Spatial Terms—Create Your Own (worksheet style)
**3 pages Following Basic Directions (worksheet style)
Interactive White Board Activity (can also use as a worksheet): Project these pages on an interactive white board (or use a doc camera) for whole-class fun! Use these pages as ‘brain breaks’ to let the kids move around while working on listening skills and conditional directions.
**2 pages of If...Then… directions
**1 page Create Your Own: Graphics are provided, just write on your own directions, OR have students come to the board and write a direction. The class can then follow all of the directions when finished. This is great practice for learning how to give commands/directions.
Created by/Copyright: J. Callaway, M.S., CCC-SLP
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