Color Based On Directions Worksheets

How to Learn to Follow Written Directions - Sometimes, children forget to follow directions that teachers give them, which makes the job tougher for them. However, there are ways in which you can help students in following the written directions you give them. Now, as elementary teachers, it is up to you how you can make them follow directions. Here, we will discuss a few options you can adopt. How Well Do You Follow Directions? The simple prospect that practice makes perfect can be an ideal way to start. In other words, if the students are aware of following directions in general, then they will be able to follow written directions. For instance, you can create activities to make the children the importance of listening and following directions. Phil's Fish Shop - Now, a much more fun step is to give roles to your students and make them shopkeepers of a fish shop. The customers will look for shopkeepers to understand the type of pet they need and how to take care of them. In this scenario, the shopkeepers will be responsible for guiding imaginary customers by writing down directions of each fish’s preferences. In this manner, the students will learn how important it is to listen and writing down directions when they are not themselves. Parachute Drop - Now, this one is fairly unique. The purpose of this activity is when students discuss the effects of wind initially. Then, they move on to the topic of parachutes. The parachutes are built from napkins, paperclips, and strings. The students gradually add more paper clips and make assumptions about how the increased mass will affect the flight of their parachutes.

What Is That?

One type of number patterns is a self-descriptive sequence in which each term describes the one that precedes it. The series 21, 1211, 111221, 312211 is such a sequence: the second term describes the first, which consists of one 2 and one 1 and so on.