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Teaching Your Child to Become Independent with Daily Routines

Teaching Your Child to Become Independent with Daily Routines
Publisher: 
Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning at Vanderbilt University

"Young children can learn how to do simple daily self-help activities—they just need to be taught what to do."

Teaching Your Child to Become Independent with Daily Routines is a practical and positive resource, geared toward Early Childhood. This easy to read article provides practical ideas that help support all children to become increasingly independent with their daily routines! Learn about what to expect at various ages, ideas for providing praise and structuring tasks, and strategies for dealing with challenges. 

This is one of many great Early Childhood Family Tools published by the Center on the Social and Emotional Foundations for Early Learning at Vanderbilt University. 

Photo of the two boys brushing their teeth included under a Creative Commons license by surlygirl.

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