THREE STEP INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRESCHOOLERS
Ages & Stages: Learning to Follow Directions | Scholastic
Like Anna, most three-year-olds have no trouble following a two-part direction. By age three, preschoolers have a receptive or understood vocabulary of a little over 1,000 words, to which they add at least 50 more words each month. But children this age are still learning how to listen and pay attention to what they hear.
2-Step Direction Activities for Preschoolers | Synonym
By the time a child is a toddler, she typically understands simple two-step requests, like "pick up your ball and put it away, please." Preschoolers ages 3 to 5 may understand more complex