Directions Worksheets | ESL Worksheets About Giving Directions
The ESL worksheets on this page can be used in English lessons about directions / giving directions.
See below to download the PDF worksheets about directions that are currently available.
And check out the bottom of this page for other FREE resources to teach ESL lessons about directions.
ESL Worksheets About Directions
Worksheet 1: Follow The Directions
In this directions worksheet, students should read the directions and follow the directions on the map. Then students should write the places / buildings in the blank spaces to complete the worksheet.
This worksheet is great for kids and beginner ESL students to review directions in English.
Worksheet 2: Matching Worksheet
This worksheet is great to review directions vocabulary. Students should connect the words to the correct picture.
Includes directions vocabulary and buildings / places vocabulary.
Worksheet 3: Directions Info Gap Activity
This ESL worksheet is a speaking activity for students to practice giving directions in English.
First, cut the worksheet along the dotted line. Put students into pairs and give one half of the worksheet to each student.
Then students should ask their partner for directions to find out where the different places are. For example, ‘Where is the library?’.
At the end of the activity, both students’ maps should look the same.
Information gap worksheets like this are great to get students speaking in a communicative way.
Worksheet 4: Bingo Worksheet
This worksheet is a bingo worksheet to practice the places around town vocabulary.
Students should cut out the pictures and arrange them in a 3×3 bingo grid in any order they want.
Worksheet 5: Directions Vocabulary Writing Worksheet
This ESL worksheet is a simple writing worksheet to practice directions vocabulary.
There are 12 key words related to directions and students should write each word three times.
Worksheet 6: Blank Map
This blank map directions worksheet can be used for many different activities.
For example, the students could ask the teacher ‘Where is the school?’ and the teacher can give them directions, such as ‘Go straight two blocks and turn right.’, etc.
Then students can draw the school on the map.
This blank map can be used for any activity you can think of.
More ESL Resources For Lessons About Directions
Click on the links below to check out our other FREE resources for teaching English lessons about directions.