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Oral Directions  

Sep 3, 2022

Oral Directions are steps given to complete a job.  

We need to follow directions to do a work properly. 

Some examples are: 

Take the book. 

Open the book. 

Read the book from left to right. 


Sit in the box. 

Sit on the box. 

Sit under the box. 

Sit beside the box. 

Hide behind the box. 


Stand near the box. 

Sit in front of the box. 

Stand between the boxes. 

Jump up. 

Jump down. 

Jump over the box. 

Come out through the box. 

Walk along the boxes. 

Move around the box. 


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