A few weeks ago I wrote a guest blog on School House Talk's blog about how I target Before/After Directions. This week, I have an activity to teach what "before/after" means when placed these words in the beginning and middle of a sentence or direction. Below is an activity I made for one of my clients where we cut out and placed before and after in the blanks and labeled which even happened first and second. I chose to use events that are NOT logical in nature so a student will really have to focus on how "before/after" actually change the meaning of each statement. Check it out below and grab your freebie HERE!