Following Directions Activities at Good Sensory Learning

It's easy to forget how challenging it can be for children to learn the complexities of the English language. Following directives, interpreting the needed steps to complete an assignment, understanding multiple choice test questions, and discerning a teacher's instructions are just a few examples of how young learners need to understand and navigate the subtleties of linguistic cues. For many children, learning to follow directions is a complex task that requires instruction, and the mastery of this skill involves vocabulary development, mental flexibility, attention to details, listening skills, receptive language skills, verbal reasoning, and more.

Here is a list of Dr. Warren's products that focus on following directions and listening skills.