Grab this summer and beach themed Following Directions activity great for kindergarten to 2nd grader. You can read the prompts listed on the right side of the worksheet to your young learner. Your learner will then color the picture according to the directions. Mom will love that this activity as it is no-prep and low ink. It is a useful tool for kids struggling with their speech or struggling to read. They can have fun working on their listening skills.
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