Following Directions Worksheets To Print:
Flying a Plane! -
Make your first paper airplane flight smooth and then try it again. See if you flight lasts longer the more often you make them. See which modifications help it fly better.
- You might want to time this one and see how accurate and quickly
you can get it done. Put the list of words below into alphabetical order.
Write them on the lines, starting with the top line. You will then create some synonyms.
The Girl's Thoughts
- You will proceed with a drawing task as well as a short creative saying. She really doesn't look like a happy camper, if you get my drift.
Under the Microscope
- Students take their time and follow a series of instructions to make sense of a community of bacteria and viruses. This set of directions is like a really cool poem.
Working With Shapes
- Aren't almost all structures of homes, just a series of shapes. We have you create a completed home by following a series of steps.
and Shapes - Read the directions slowly. Those that speed through
this one, usually find it tough.
- Use the vocabulary words at the right of the page to fill in the
blanks. Some words may be used more than once.
Others may not be used at all.
Will I Be A Hero?
- We ask you to draw an awesome picture for us. You will also create a well thought out caption to accompany it.
You Paying Attention? - This one is a physical activity. I would caution you on using this with disruptive groups that may not be mature enough to complete it.
- Fill in the boxes below with the words, according to the following
symbols. The down arrow is slantly slightly to see if they notice.
Directions - There are a ton of moving parts here. Identify whether they are synonyms or antonyms. Write
synonyms or antonyms on the line. Of the synonyms, circle the word that has the most intensity.
Me Crazy! - How hard could 5 sentence directions be, you would
be surprised! You will need crayons for this one.
Can You? - The math problem is the only concrete part of this
worksheet. There is some drawing involved here.
I Know or Don't
Know It - This is a little bit of an "About Me" activity
too. This is a fun activity that can help you to learn more about your students.
Snowman! - Cut out each shape. Glue them in order at the top
of a piece of construction paper.