Listen and Follow the Directions: Fun Activities to Promote Listening Skills

Listen and Follow the Directions: Fun Activities to Promote Listening Skills

NEWLY UPDATED WITH MORE ACTIVITIES FOR VIRTUAL AND IN-PERSON LEARNERS! 9/17/20

Listening and learning go hand-in hand. Weak listening skills can negatively impact a person’s ability to learn. Many children need to learn how to listen.

The activities in this Listen and Follow the Directions packet will motivate your child* to independently engage in good listening!

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What’s included?

  • Learn About Good Listening Skills
    • Give Me 5 Handout is a visual technique to help children demonstrate good active listening (pg. 5 is in color and pg. 6 is in black & white)
    • NEW!! Fill In The Blank (pg. 7 is in color and in pg. 8 is in black & white). This worksheet can be printed for in person use OR can be used for virtual sessions using annotation tools.
    • NEW!! Draw a Picture: Give Me Five gives students the opportunity to draw a picture of themselves demonstrating good listening skills. This sheet can be printed for in person use OR can be used for virtual sessions using annotation tools.
    • NEW! Who is Giving Five? A simple but helpful activity that asks students to circle pictures of students who are demonstrating good listening skills.
  • Listen & Follow the Directions Activities
    • 3 different colorful lessons with manipulatives – Feel free to laminate to make these products last forever. These activities are best for in-person learners are are available in color and black and white to save on ink.
  • Listen & Do Activities
    • 3 different easy to print & prepare lessons in black and white OR perfect to use for virtual sessions using annotation tools.
  • Thank you and Credits (pg. 27)

Thank you! I hope you enjoy this resource 🙂

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About the SLP:

Kimberly Scanlon, MA, CCC-SLP is an ASHA certified Speech-Language Pathologist and has earned 4 awards for continuing education (ACE). She is also the author of the best selling book, “My Toddler Talks: Strategies and Activities to Promote Your Child’s Language Development”, the interactive picture book, “Learning to Read is a Ball”, and “My Toddler’s First Words: A Step-By-Step Guide to Jump-Start, Track, and Expand Your Toddler’s Language”.

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