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Learning to Follow Directions
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Give each child a piece of paper and some crayons. Tell them that they are going to make a picture while you give directions. Have them write their name on their paper. Then blindfold each child and begin to give them directions to draw and color a picture of a house, a tree, the sun, the grass, etc. Before you let them take their blindfolds off tell them the scripture verses and discuss the importance of following directions. When you think they are tired of the activity let them take off their blindfolds and look at their work.