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They seem to like the assignment, and I find it fun too. Then you could get your kids to practice directions by giving them oral or written directions that they have to follow. Give them a time limit - 5 min to write the directions and 3 minutes to get the items. Another idea to practice directions is to have the kids write directions to some place or item in the school ( ie. They are to write the directions without the final destination clarified (you check them) and then they switch directions with someone else and see if they can find the place. After doing one or two on transparencies they are eager to do theirs as paired practice. So they had to say, *Go north on Malvern, turn east on Broad Street, etc.* Helen ====================== 96/12 From- [email protected]: Re: places and giving directions and houses An activity I have used successfully to teach directions is to have the students guide one another through mazes. As they told me each step, I drew on the board the streets they named, indicating turns, crossing the bridge, turning at landmarks in the city, etc. Deby Doloff ====================== 96/12 From- Subject: Re: places and giving directions and houses I just did this activity with my students: I asked for volunteers to tell me how to get from the school to their houses.