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Follow These Easy Methods To Teach Your Child To Be More Independent

Your helper might be part of the reason your child isn’t more independent yet.

By age six, your child is old enough to take responsibility for a great deal of her own personal care. She should be able to comb her hair, carry her school bag and tidy up her messes. But, if you have a domestic helper, you may find that she tends to do these tasks for your child.

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Text adapted from Young Parents / Additional Reporting by Sara Lyle Bow

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