When we don't know how to get to where we want to go we use directions. Jam and I discussed what directions look like on the phone and printed. We discussed how directional words help us communicate our actions, and how to represent them graphically. We talked about the importance of our address and how it is connected to our streets system, and then we did the activity sheets for this blog.
Print out directions to your next destination and review them with your child. Ask them to help you find the streets and turns.
Case #7: Create an address and directions to your room from your parking lot. Give them to a friend or parent to see if they can find your room.
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Courtney McQueen is a landscape designer and children's book author from Columbia, MD