What’s Next?: For this activity, you will need two people, a blank piece of paper, a pencil, pre-made pictures (either drawings you or your child have created, or pictures from book, magazines, or old calendars) , and a folder or separator of some sort so that the two players are unable to see each other. One player will be the “direction giver.” The other player will be the “direction follower.”. The game will begin with the direction giver having the pre-made pictures in front of him or her. The direction follower will sit across from the direction giver and the folder or separator will be placed in between the two so that neither person is able to see each other. The direction giver will look at a picture in front of him, such as a child playing on a slide. The giver will then provider the follower with step by step directions to complete the picture focusing on the location of the objects in the picture. The giver will need to be specific to the size and location of each object in the picture. At the end of the activity, both parties will enjoy comparing pictures and see how well the directions were given and how well they were followed. After sharing the pictures, both parties can switch roles, so that each person is able to give and follow directions.