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Teaching Your Child to Cooperate with Requests (Spanish)

Young children can learn to follow adult expectations, including performing simple chores, if the expectations are developmentally appropriate (meaning they match what can be expected for children at that age) and are taught to the child. This four-page handout provides information on what you might expect from your preschooler and some tips for helping your child learn and follow your requests.

File Type: pdf
Categories: Tip Sheet
Tags: Family Engagement
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