The “See One, Teach One, Do One” Approach to Teaching

by Rita Brhel on March 29, 2011

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Teaching children practical life skills takes more time than we usually think. It’s common for parents to get frustrated with kids who aren’t doing something we think they should know how to do, like putting on socks or shoes, preparing food, putting laundry away, or the ever-popular instruction, “Clean your room!” Tasks like these seem so straightforward to us, but for children they can be overwhelming and suprisingly complicated. American parenting educator Kelly Bartlett continues on The Attached Family online magazine.

Also, learn what to do when your children demean each other with this article from American parenting educator and author Naomi Aldort.

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Rita Brhel (96 Posts)

Rita Brhel is the Publications Coordinator for Attachment Parenting International and Editor of Attached Family magazine. She is also an API Resource Leader and a WIC Breastfeeding Peer Counselor at Hastings, Nebraska, USA, where she lives with her husband and three children.


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Noreen Joy July 16, 2011 at 2:29 am

Children, when they were still young, it is just like a mirror that reflects the attitudes of the parents or guardians.

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