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3 Following Directions Worksheets to Help You Get To Places

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Following Directions Worksheets

When you’re traveling and you need to get somewhere, you will probably have to ask for directions on how to get there.

That means that you’ll have to listen carefully and follow directions as instructed.

In these following directions worksheets, you will have to do the same.

From start to finish, can you listen and give directions?

1. Lost in Wichita, Kansas

Asking for Directions Map in Wichita, Kansas

In this map of Wichita Kansas, you have a chance to practice turning left and right as well as moving forward and backward.

First, put students into pairs. Next, they will have to ask each other how to get to the destinations on the map. They can practice both asking and giving directions in this worksheet.

For traveling, this is an incredibly useful skill to get familiar with.

2. Blind Directions

Blind Directions Worksheet

In this pairs activity, students practice giving directions. While one student closes their eyes with a pencil in hand, the other student gives directions out of the maze.

It’s an activity that challenges the brightest students. It’s not only how careful you give instructions, but it’s the person with the pencil in hand that’s just as important.

3. Blindfolded Obstacle Course

Asking Directions Blindfolded Obstacle Course

In the following directions worksheet, one student wears a blindfold so they can’t see anything. Students in class help the blindfolded student around an obstacle course.

Be extra careful that no one gets hurt and that everyone is playing as they should. As long as they are putting the effort in properly giving directions, then it can be a very rewarding challenge.

Following Directions Worksheets

In these 3 following directions worksheets, you have a chance to practice turning left and right as well as moving forward and backward.

For traveling, this is an incredibly useful skill to get familiar with.

How do you teach asking for and following directions?

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