Here are ways to present information to your children to make it more likely that they’ll hear you, and comply:
- 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.
How do you follow instructions?
- Listen carefully to the instructions. Remind students that they should think about what is being said.
- Ask questions about anything you don’t understand. Teach students Asking for Help (Skill 2) or Asking a Question (Skill 9).
- Repeat the instructions to the person (or to yourself ).
- Follow the instructions.
How do you follow directions worksheet?
- Read everything carefully before doing anything.
- Put your name in the upper right-hand corner of this page.
- Circle the word NAME in sentence two.
- Draw five small squares in the upper left-hand corner.
- Put an “X” in each square.
- Put a circle around each square.
- Sign your name under the title of this paper.
When can a child follow instructions?
Around nine months old is when most babies become aware of their name. At the one-year mark, it is common for babies to learn the meaning of words like “no” and “come here.” These are very simple and repeated so often that young toddlers can easily understand their meaning.
What is simple instruction?
An instruction is a command or a step that helps you achieve a goal. Before he died, he gave the hospital instructions about how to deal with his body. The instructions that come with a new machine, computer, or product tell you how to use the product.