Work on 2-Step Directions!

Does your child have trouble following 2-step directions? Do they do them out of order? Work on following directions and listening carefully with your child and have some fun! Here are some simple suggestions from home-speech-home.com!

  • Put your hands on your shoulders then count to eight.
  • Put your hands over your eyes and stand up.
  • Shake your head and say hello.
  • Put your elbows on the table and wave at me.
  • Pretend to take off your watch and then point to a corner in the room.
  • Turn around in a circle and say “Look over there!”
  • Stand up and then jump up and down two times.
  • Clap your hands 3 times and walk to the door.
  • Pretend to wash your hands and then cross your fingers.
  • Shake your head yes and name a color
  • Pretend to put on a shirt and name a shape.
  • Pretend to comb your hair and name a number.
  • Count to 10 and pretend to tie your shoe.
  • Wiggle your fingers and snap your fingers 4 times.
  • Wave your hand and then wink at the person next to you.
  • Count the chairs in the room and then put your hand over your mouth.
  • Pat yourself on the head and say your ABC’s.
  • Lift both hands up in the air and then tap your foot on the floor.
  • Name something you see that is red and then sit on your hands.
  • Name 2 of your friends and then sing “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.”
  • Pretend to drive a car and then close your eyes.
  • Give someone a thumbs up and then touch your shoulders 3 times.
  • Pretend to sneeze and then touch your toes.
  • Give someone a high five and take a deep breath.
  • Point to a light in the room and touch your knees 2 times.

Need a challenge? Try these 3-step directions!

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