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How do you teach 3 step directions?
Last Updated: 4th March, 2020
- Wave at me, jump up and down two times, and say “Look over there!”
- Walk to the door, say hello, and then cross your fingers.
- Stand up, turn around in a circle, and snap your fingers 4 times.
- Wiggle your fingers, name something blue, and wink at someone in the room.
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Regarding this, how do you teach multi step directions?
- Cross your fingers, stand up, turn around in a circle, and wink at someone in the room.
- Shake your head "No", count the chairs in the room, point to the corner of the room, and wiggle your fingers.
- Snap your fingers 4 times, pretend to put a shirt on, tap your foot on the floor, and name something blue.
Likewise, what is a 3 part command? Follow a three-part command Take a paper, fold it, put it on the floor–3 pts. Common object recognition Name 2 familiar objects–2 pts. Recognition of common phrase 'No ifs, ands, or buts'–1 pt. Read and obey 'Close your eyes'–1 pt. Write simple sentence–1 pt.
In this manner, how do you teach following instructions?
The first step to harmony is teaching your child to listen and follow directions
- Be direct.
- Be close.
- Use clear and specific commands.
- Give age-appropriate instructions.
- Give instructions one at a time.
- Keep explanations simple.
- Give kids time to process.
When should a child follow 2 step directions?
By 3 years old a child should be able to:
- Follow simple 2 step directions (“get your ball and give it to me”)
- Understand “Who”, “what”, and “where” questions.
- Understand the concept of “two”
- Recognize gender differences (e.g her shoes, his toys)
- Use 500-900 words.
- String 3-4 words together.