Following Directions Activities Primary | Good Sensory Learning
Subtleties in language can be a difficult thing to master. Many students struggle with the wording in directions and multiple-choice questions. This publication was created for students that need to learn how to follow directions, interpret questions and understand the subtleties of linguistic cues.
Following Directions Primary offers fun, multisensory cognitive tools that help young learners master the subtleties of linguistic cues necessary for following oral and written directions. Cute animal and alien characters are used in the activities as well as numbers, letter, and shapes. This product was created to strengthen foundational reading skills, directionality, visual processing, sequencing, verbal reasoning, spatial skills, and executive functioning skills.
Working as a learning specialist for many years, I have discovered that making the learning process fun and entertaining is key. Consequently, this workbook was created for my students and others like them that enjoy learning through games.
By using these materials, students will strengthen the following areas of cognition:
- Language Skills
- Sequential Processing
- Spatial Abilities
- Executive Functioning
- Attention to Detail
- Visual Processing
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Each purchase is a single license, for a single teacher. If additional teachers wish to use the product, please purchase additional copies. Thank you!
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