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Following directions is a learned skill that all students must master. Read on for activities that can help reinforce students' ability to follow directions in the classroom. Play the traditional game of Follow the Leader. Begin by acting as the leader yourself, then allow each child to take a turn as leader. Afterwards, have a short discussion with your children, explaining that since you are followers of Jesus, you try to live like Jesus did by following His example. The teacher will hang one larger fish with 'I WILL FOLLOW JESUS AND FISH FOR PEOPLE!' FOLLOW ME CHART: The teacher will hang a poster on the wall with the words, 'I WILL FOLLOW JESUS' written at the top. Have the children take turns going to the poster and say, 'I will follow Jesus.' They will write their name on the poster.

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Follow The Leader - A leadership game or a training games showing the importance of following - a charactersistic of good leadership.

In this training game, the group of people are divided into pairs. One of the pair is assigned the letter A and the other is assigned the letter B.

Each pair is handed a pencil and a sheet of paper. The group is presented with a graphic like the one given below.

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The aim of the training game is for both to hold the pencil and draw as per directions given by you. The directions to call out are:
1. A to lead.
2. B to lead.

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Follow the leader - The Process: In this training game, when 'A to lead' is called out A will direct the movement of the pencil while drawing the graphic on the paper. When 'B to lead' is called out B will direct the movement of the pencil while drawing the graphic on the paper.

Follow the leader The Leadership Game or training game continues: When it is A's turn to lead, while B is still holding the pencil along with A, he will just follow the lead of A and not apply any pressure to the pencil which counters that of A. A will do the same when it is B's turn to lead. They can change the position of their fingers on the pencil as the directions are called out.

This way the pairs will complete the drawing and this training game. They can take time to plan the exercise after a few trials, when they learn each others' strengths.

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Try this fun follow the leader kids soccer exercise. Have teams of 3 dribble inside of an area, with one deciding the direction of the team.

Preparation:
- For follow the leader have players in teams of 3 or 4, each player with a ball.
- Set up a large grid for players to dribble within, 20 x 30 yards.

Execution:
- Players dribble in a line with their 3-4 players, following the first player in line.
- Head of each line can change speeds and directions to increase difficulty for rest of line.
- Switch the players at the head of the line every 60-90 seconds.

Quality:
- Players should dribble with their ball close to them, so they can change direction quickly and dribble in control.
- Encourage players to use left and right feet as they dribble (No toes to kick the ball!).
- Players should dribble to large empty areas in the grid, looking for space and avoiding other players.
- Remember, encourage successes!

Progression:
- The coach calls out specific moves and/or directions to have the all the lines do.

Total time estimated:
- 5-7 minutes for kids to follow the leader.

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