Win Your Child's Cooperation By This Quick Hack From Preschool Teachers
At this age, you can expect your child to be eligible to learn some cooperation in day to day life and you can expect him to be more cooperative with you and others. Most teachers recommend that you should promote age appropriate independence for your child. This will help you build up his confidence. So start giving him small and simple tasks to do, suited to his age and abilities.
You can ask your kid to put away his toys after playing, or to make his bed. Always praise and thank him after he completes any task. Of course, resist the urge to smooth the blankets if your child makes their bed in a haphazard manner.
Do not be tempted to hurry him or jump in to do the task yourself if he takes a long time. If he is unable to do the task for any reason, do not criticize or scold him. Ask him gently what the difficulty is, and help him work around it.