- By the age of two, children should be following two step diretions
- By the age of four, that should have moved up to three step directions
- If your child is learning their numbers or letters, you can add those to the circles as well
- Make sure you keep it fun!
Tuesday, August 07, 2012
When you look at any developmental checklist, "Able to follow __ step directions" is on every single one of them. My daughter can do this (when she wants) and so can my son, but it's always fun to turn listening into a game. First I moved all of the furniture off of the patio and I chose different coloured chalk to draw many different circles all over the cement. We started out with just single instructions. "Jump to a BLUE circle". Even my son could do this, and he loved it. Once we lost his attention, we moved on to harder instructions . . . a sequence of colours! "Pink, Orange, Blue, Green" At first, she had a hard time. But reminding her that she needs to look at who is talking and repeat it in her head, she was able to follow the sequence no problem. Here is the original link.
Posted by The Wife at 05:00