V-day Following Directions

Deb Maxwell
Deb Maxwell


Students will love the pretty designs they make when they follow directions to decorate these hearts.

Following directions helps young children develop their receptive language skills. Vocabulary like first, second, third, last, and middle are tough for lots of kids.

Following directions is also a behavior skill. Sometimes students who seem defiant really just do not understand the idea of following directions. This worksheet can actually give teachers valuable information. Monitor students as they work.

Do they know what to do when you read them the direction?

Do they need the direction to be modeled?

Do they understand the meaning of the ordinal words and other vocabulary words?

Are they able to stop when they've completed the task?

Do they only follow part of the direction?

Do they need the direction read multiple times?

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