After giving your class directions and sending them off to complete the assignment you’ve given, how many times are you asked the same questions over and over again? Can we work with a friend? Where does this go? That’s where using Visual Direction Cards In The Classroom is a lifesaver!
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These visual direction cards will help your students see and remember what you want them to do while building independence. These cards will help eliminate repeated questions about the directions they have been given.
Simply print, laminate, and attach a magnet strip to the back for the easiest use on your whiteboard.
There are several different cards for each of the questions.
What supplies do I need?: scissors, glue stick, pencil, glue, dry erase marker, markers, watercolor paint, clipboard, post-it note highlighter, reading
Where does this ?: turn in bins, in my daily take-home binder, in my take-home binder, on my desk, in my mailbox, in my science journal, in my math binder, in my writing journal, in my backpack, in my math journal, in my STEM log, in my science journal, hand to the teacher
Where can I work?: at my desk, at my center, on the carpet
Can I work with a friend?: do it by yourself, collaborate with a buddy, share ideas but complete your own work, complete with the group.
You can find these Visual Direction Cards For The Classroom in my TeachersPayTeachers store.
Do you have any other tips or tricks you use to help your students follow and remember directions?
See you next time!
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