Teaching Resource

Visual Instruction Cards

PDF, Word | 12 pages|Grades: K, 1 - 5

A set of 22 visual instruction cards to display at the front of the classroom during independent tasks.

Add this set of visual instruction cards to your daily routine in your classroom.

Display on your whiteboard the relevant cards showing the necessary steps to complete a task. This allows students to have something they can clearly see and refer back to while completing the task independently.

This set of visual instructions includes the following cards:

  • cut
  • glue
  • color
  • write
  • trace
  • draw
  • tape
  • glue in journal
  • write your name
  • highlight
  • write the date
  • complete your work
  • silent reading
  • check your work
  • clean up
  • read a book
  • underline
  • fast finisher activity
  • stop
  • look
  • listen
  • show the teacher.

A spare card has been included to create your own instruction.

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