I love me some Valentine’s day and I am raring to go on some crazy, cutesy Valentine activities. My students really need to work on following directions. This builds receptive language, reading comprehension, and focused attention. I like using following direction worksheets to target these skills. These types of worksheets your kids can’t fly through. They need to pay attention, use their reading skills, and attend to the details of the directions. These Valentine Following Direction Worksheets would be a great addition to a Valentine party, used for homework, or incorporated into a small group. There are a few different levels of difficulty included in this set!
Download this packet of loving and be sure to leave me some lovely feedback 🙂 Thanks friends!
… so I can show you all how much I love you all 🙂
Today’s freebie will available from noon – 6:00pm (central time) and is one of my fav’s! This adapted book is called What? How Many? What Color? and is my class’s go to way to work on questions answering. And the amazing part – even my kiddos who are nonverbal or less verbal can be included! Question answering is so difficult for children with autism and the repetition and structure of this book really help! Grab it today for FREE!
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