Do your students love dinosaurs? Doing a dinosaur unit? Participating in DiNovember (a new fun twist on November and Dinosaurs...look it up, it's a blast!)?
This is a great 40-page packet that targets following directions (and conceptual terms) with a dinosaur theme! Here is what is included:
Pg. 3-7 1-step directions—Cards
Pg. 8-12 2-step directions—Cards
Pg. 13-17 3-step directions—Cards
Pg. 18-22 Before/After Directions—Cards
Pg. 23-28 If...Then… Directions—Cards
***These pages are cards. Cut the cards apart, laminate if desired. Place cards in a bag, bucket, hat, etc. Students take turns picking a card and following directions. Create Your Own templates are included so that you may add your own directions for individualization! Bonus Game cards included to make game play more fun!
Pg. 29-33 Following Directions Using a Grid (worksheet)
***The above pages are worksheets that can be done during Speech sessions, in the classroom, individually or with a partner, or sent as homework. Create Your Own templates are included so that you may add your own directions for individualization! Conceptual terms included (just to name a few): above, over, below, under, next to, left corner, right corner, top, bottom, first/second/third, between, big, etc.
Pg. 34-37 Following Directions (mixed directions) - Game Board/Worksheet
***These pages are worksheets or games. After printing, you can laminate the sheet or put in clear plastic protectors (so the sheets can be used multiple times). Students can use pennies, game pawns, or tiny dinosaurs to move from circle to circle. Can be done individually, with a partner, or with the entire class. Also great for homework! If using with the entire class, you can project the digital document onto an interactive white board/etc. Create Your Own templates are included so that you may add your own directions for individualization!
Pg. 38-42 Following Directions with Conceptual Terms—Worksheet
**The above pages are worksheets with directions that contain conceptual terms: top/bottom/middle, above/below/under/over, first/second/last, etc. Great for use as worksheets in class, in sessions, projected on interactive white boards, etc. You can also print and laminate these sheets and students can use dry erase markers to follow the directions (for multiple uses).
Copyright: J. Callaway, M.S., CCC-SLP
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