All great tips. I also highly recommendeither the pool or beach method of having them float around with board and rope. Worked great for me getting them used to board. Also use the real slow method for the adults. I pull them at 5-8 mph and tell them to stand. Sure they will fall first time, but it really gives them feel for what the board is gonna do.
I probably should have been a little more specific. I am lucky. My girls love the water and aren't afraid of being out there solo. We are kind of stuck, for lack of better word, they can get up sideways no prob, however they are having tough time understanding how to get the board to turn into a riding stance and get their balanced I know it will come with trying , but just looking for way to give them some help to get them going in the riding stance. I tried laying next to them and laying on a surfboard/wakeboard while holding theirs in place, but the board kept gettting in the way. The boom never crossed my mind for boarding. (Don't know why) May have to invest in that.
Keep the tips coming tho. Always interestedin what others are trying