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Follow-the-Directions Art Activities 20 Easy Seasonal Projects with Step-by-Step Instructions and Templates That Give Kids Practice in Reading and Following Directions (Grades K-2) by Teresa Cornell

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Published by Teaching Resources .
Written in English


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Number of Pages80
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Open LibraryOL7513127M
ISBN 100439449901
ISBN 109780439449908
OCLC/WorldCa61157118

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Help kids learn to follow directions and build fine-motor skills with 35 reproducible draw & write activities that they can complete independently! Each activity features step-by-step directions for drawing adorable pictures, plus creative writing prompts that motivate kids to write about their drawings. Twenty reproducible posters with step-by-step rebus directions give kids the support they need to succeed. Also includes templates, teaching tips, extension activities, and literature l, Teresa Cornell is the author of 'Follow-the-Directions Art Activities ', published under ISBN and ISBN Each activity features step-by-step directions for drawing adorable pictures, plus creative writing prompts that motivate kids to write about their drawings. Great for instant homework or centers! Help kids learn to follow directions and build fine-motor skills with 35 reproducible draw & write activities that they can complete independently!/5(7). From teddy bears to dinosaurs, kids will love drawing these easy step-by-step pictures-independently! Each reproducible lesson helps kids build fine motor skills, learn shapes, and practice following directions. Includes writing prompts and creative extension activities.

This 3D craft activity is a perfect culminating project or book report for a novel study or literature circle. The following is included: Directions for assembly Direction sheet for each section of the Bloom Ball Small sized circles Larger circles RUBRIC for grading the assignment Don't have time. Children's Books Plan & Record Books Resource & Activity Books. Awards & Incentives Certificates & Diplomas Bookmarks Incentive & Reward Charts Stamps & Stamp Pads Stickers. Shop All. Art & Craft Supplies. Art teacher and creator of the blog Teach Kids Art, provides a brilliant craf Read More. Directional Art Activities. These activities are designed to give children practice following directions. The teacher gives children pieces of construction paper cut in specific sizes. Children are to follow the directions the teacher gives and they end up with a neat art project once they are finished. Banana Split Bat Brown Bear, Brown Bear. Follow-the-Directions Flip Chart: Easy Art Projects: 12 Adorable, Month-by-Month Art Projects With Fun Activities That Teach Young Learners How to Listen and Follow Directions (PagePerfect NOOK Book) by Pamela Chanko. NOOK Book (eBook) $ Sign in to Purchase Instantly.

Fun activities in this Following Directions workbook from the Get Ready! TM series include working with positional words, shapes, numbers, and colors. “Draw a triangle around the pear,” and “Color the t-shirt purple” are more than simple commands. In this coloring activity, students follow directions to pick the correct colors. Youth Art Month. Excerpted from. Families Thematic Unit. Teacher Created Resources. Browse a multi-page, printable resource of ready-to-use lessons and cross-curricular activities about families. Buy the Book. Featured 1st Grade Resources. TEACHING RESOURCE. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “Follow the Directions & Draw It All by Yourself!: 25 Easy, Reproducible Lessons That Guide Kids Step-by-Step to Draw Adorable Pictures & Learn the Important Skill of Following Directions” as Want to Read/5(16).   T hese following direction activities are directionality activities that can help kids learn directions or spatial concepts such as left, right, up, down, and compass directions (north, south, east, and west) with a motor component. This hands-on learning activity really gets the kiddos moving and learning! We’ve shared directionality activities before that help kids navigate and use maps.