following directions listening packet for speech therapy and special education
Following directions is an important classroom skill.
This packet focuses on interpreting directions containing embedded concepts.
Students receiving speech therapy
or special education services may benefit from this packet.
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When using this packet:
Student listens to oral directions (or reads written directions) and must interpret, recall, then execute command that contains concept
Includes 60 listening skills cards that target the following concepts: inclusion (all, and, all but one), sequence (first, second, middle, last), location (top, bottom, between, next to) & temporal (before, after, then, at the same time)
ALSO INCLUDED: 2 “Zoo Themed” Activity Pages
Print out product. Cut out and laminate zoo themed direction cards. Laminate game boards (does not include pieces or die).
Optional: If you’re in a hurry and don’t have time for “prep”, simply print out the direction prompt pages and store in a binder or folder.
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Key Words: following directions, speech therapy, listening skills
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