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Following Directions

Following directions has a bad reputation among children, usually, since they are nearly always the ones doing the following! Nonetheless, following directions is indeed one of the most important skills anyone can learn that has a great effect on their life in general. However, you can sweeten the lessons for them by keeping things fun with games and other activities. Then, when they need to follow directions in school or at a job, it will come easier for them because they've had practice.

It's more fun for everyone to switch things up now and then and let the children give the directions and have adults do the following - an exciting change for the kids, for sure, but also entertaining for the adults.

Cooking with recipes or building lego or other kits with directions are both great ways to encourage your child to learn to follow directions precisely, with visible and important results that really matter.

Top five FUN ways to learn how to Follow Directions
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