Interactive Fun: Following Directions on the Playground (NO PRINT)

Interactive Fun:  Following Directions on the Playground  (NO PRINT)
Interactive Fun:  Following Directions on the Playground  (NO PRINT)
Interactive Fun:  Following Directions on the Playground  (NO PRINT)
Interactive Fun:  Following Directions on the Playground  (NO PRINT)
Interactive Fun:  Following Directions on the Playground  (NO PRINT)
Interactive Fun:  Following Directions on the Playground  (NO PRINT)
Interactive Fun:  Following Directions on the Playground  (NO PRINT)
Interactive Fun:  Following Directions on the Playground  (NO PRINT)
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‪This is an interactive NO PRINT product. It is designed to be used on an iPad (or other iDevice via iBooks), a tablet, or a computer.

This product targets following ONE STEP directions that contain TWO CRITICAL DETAILS.

Following directions with critical details can be difficult for students with language delays and/or learning disabilities. “Critical details” refer to those important (critical) pieces of information (details) that are crucial to the directions. It’s the difference between opening your math book vs. opening your science book. It’s the different between grabbing the blue pen from the back table vs. grabbing the red pencil from the back table. The 12 scenes in this interactive product are designed to help students practice listening, retaining, and attending to critical details within a one-step direction.

The 12 interactive scenes specifically target "following one-step directions that contain 2 critical details".

This product also includes 4 extension activities to allow you to target the following:
*quantity concepts
*exclusionary concepts
*additional one-step directions with 1 or 2 critical details
*find the absurdity in each scene

PLEASE NOTE: The additional extension activities are additional and NOT programmed to be interactive. Therefore, students should use the eraser end of a pencil to point to these answers. It is recommended that you do the additional activities first, then allow your student to do the one printed on the screen. Consider it the “reward” for doing the previous directions.

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37 e-book slides; 4 printable
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