The protection of at-risk children through the teaching of “daily living skills” means building a healthy future. The child in this study is at-risk due to economic factors they belong to families living below the poverty line. The researchers based this study on Erik Erikson’s stages of psychosocial development. Seguin’s three period lesson and Bruner’s three modes of cognitive representation. Generally, this study is conducted to teach and facilitate the teaching of turn taking skills. We used the concepts of “observe, near, far, and walking on the line” as an intervention to an at-risk child to help him learn daily living skills. Specifically, this study aimed to answer the following questions: (1) What is the behavior of the child before the intervention ? (2.) What is the behavior of the child after the intervention? Using the three period lesson of Seguin in applying the intervention to the child was able to perform and distinguish the following concepts: d. Observe (lantaw); b. Near- lapit (Person to person Person to things, Things to things); c. Far- layo (Person to person, Person to things, Things to things); and d. Walking on the line (lakat). Qualitative interpretation was used to obtain the results of this study.