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Five year olds learn via imitation, so I would just continued to "show" him and use lots of pictoral direction, maybe adding in some singing while working to lighten the mood. Lots of encouragement if needed. If you find that your son has tendencies toward the "not good enough", I would provide stories (not then!) about a little boy/animal/insect, etc. that worked very hard and over time, was able to accomplish something they thought was difficult.
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