Beginning to perform a task

By teaching children to do everyday tasks, you lay a good foundation for self-study.

Working with this skill shows children that sometimes they need to put aside the things they want to do and do what is necessary, even if it is not so interesting. This prepares them for school and participation in extracurricular activities.

What you need to do

  • Reward your child when he quickly starts his tasks during the day. Remind your kid that it’s time to get to work and praise them if they start right away.
  • Make visual cues to remind children that it’s time to complete tasks. For example, leave a reminder note on the kitchen table. Children will see it when they come home from school.
  • Divide large tasks into smaller, simpler ones. If a task seems too long or difficult, ask your child to complete only part of it. So the likelihood that he will immediately start working will be higher.

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