Can you follow directions? List of crazy directions (the first of which is "Read all directions before doing anything") to test whether students can actually read and process steps to complete a task. Hilarious... especially when they don't do it and are standing up and twirling around, clapping, etc.
This free penguin worksheet provides practice for students to read and color as they follow directions. Other free worksheets are available at: www.creativeclassroomconnections or pinterest.com/susankhansen/
Have a 2 year old that doesn't like to listen? These 20 listening activities are fun and effective. Your toddlers and preschool kids will be following directions in no time with these whole body games and music.
Do As I Say, Not As I Do: A Following Directions Game
Do As I Say, Not As I Do - A Following Directions Game - Target Skills: Auditory Processing Following Directions Impulse Control Because this game forces children to stop and carefully listen rather than relying on visual clues, it also works on impulse control as they need to take a moment to process rather than just react. This builds the skills they need to follow directions.