Let this resource help your students who need to build skills for following and giving directions. If you need to meet Common Core State Standards for listing and speaking with your students with language disorders this bundle of resources can help them to expand their skills for giving and following directions, using descriptive and locative language.
This following and giving directions bundle is a group of my speech and language products that work on following directions and giving them; including locative and descriptive language.
⭐ Barrier games have long been used by speech pathologists to work on describing and giving directions. There are 5 differently themed barrier games resources.
⭐ Locate the Leaves and Locate the Cupcakes are Fall and Valentine's themed practice with prepositions; but can be used year-round.
⭐ Sandwhich Stacks is a fun game for talking about directions.
⭐ Following Directions in My Town offers a variety of types of directions practice; including a fun game.
⭐ Mystery Picture Hunt 2 is similar to my Free Mystery Picture Hunt, where students take turns choosing an item in the scene and answering questions as others try to guess.
This bundle is marked for preK through 4, but can be used with older special education students, depending on language skills and needs.
Price marked for bundle is a 20% discount
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