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Following Simple Directions

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Aligned To Common Core Standard:

Precursor to Kindergarten - K.G.B.5

How to Make Sure You Understand Sentence Based Directions? Sentences make different sense based on the words they use. Therefore, to classify the sentences by the clause types or the number of classes available, you can identify the sentences depending on their functions. You need to learn that there are four sentence functions in the language and are as follows 1. Declarative Sentences: These types of sentences state an idea, and they end on a period. For example, I cannot go there because I don’t have a car. 2. Exclamatory Sentences: They show strong emotions and end with an exclamatory mark. For example, the party is ruined! 3. Interrogative Sentences: It asks a question and ends with a question mark. For example: Where is your house located? 4. Imperative Sentences: Sentences that give order or directions. For example: Sit down and wait! These worksheets and lessons help students learn how to follow written directions and perform a task based on what it says.

Printable Worksheets and Lessons

Lesson Sheets

We start with drawing simple shapes around objects and progress from there.

  • Lesson 1 - The first object is white. The second object is black. The third object is not. The fourth object is black. The fifth object is not.

Practice Worksheets

I varied the number of items that students need to sort through, when tackling these problems.

  • Practice 1 - Draw a box around the objects that are used to write.
  • Practice 2 - Draw a box around the things that do not have black color inside them.
  • Practice 3 - We present this in a way that it can be used in black and white or grayscale settings.
  • Practice 4 - Where are all the fruits and birds?
  • Practice 5 - Which animal has a bell.
  • Practice 6 - Vehicles and things that cannot fly.