This listening activity is designed to target both auditory processing of oral directions and help students development new vocabulary, mainly transportation items and concept knowledge. This download is a quick and easy following directions activity featuring a variety of transportation pictures that can be used during individual sessions or with groups of students. Concepts featured in the directions include top, bottom, above, below, around, beside, center, right, left, between, all, beginning, last, end, first, second , third, over, under, through, closest, farthest, not, all, except, corner and more.
automobile, truck, subway, train, bicycle,kayak, rowboat, canoe, shuttle, rocket, hot air balloon, blimp, yacht, sailboat, submarine, bus, van, carriage, rickshaw, moped, limosine, raft, motorcycle, jeep, taxi, jet ski, snowmobile, sleigh, tractor, toboggan, Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV), tugboat, unicycle, tank, tanker, aircraft carrier, cruise ship, ambulance, pickup truck, tricycle, ship, helicopter, airplane, monorail, sled
1.Choose a page ( pages 4-10) to work on and print out one copy of for each student in the group. If using with tokens laminate for durabilty.
2.Give each student one picture sheet page to work on at a time (pages 4-10) and a handful of tokens or a box of eight basic colored crayons depending on which directions you will be using .
3.Have the students name the pictured transportation items on the page before giving oral directions. This is a good way to build expressive vocabulary skills.
4.Tell the students that the directions will be given one time and if they are able to follow the direction they get a point. The therapist can record the points earned on the direction/data sheets provided ( pages 11-20) . It can be used for a group of up to 5 students. Points may also be recorded on a sheet of paper so that they are more visible to students. After completing each direction students can also be asked to name the transportation they put their token on for additional labeling practice and students can also be asked to supply additional information about the pictured item.
5.The student with the most points wins the game.