Quick Tips To Help Your Child Learn About 'Taking Turns' While Playing
1. Try to emphasize the word “turn” during daily routines at home. Your child will soon understand that a turn means he has to wait until another person is finished using or doing something before he can use or do the same thing.
2. Use a combination of speech, gestures and pictures to help your child learn to use the following expressions: “My Turn” Pointing to his chest, pointing to the “My Turn” picture and “Your Turn” pointing to other person picture in his communication book. And keep practising these words with him.
3. You can show whose turn it is by also placing the card in table while playing. With practice and support, your child will be more ready to wait for his turn.