The european robin will hang out if you're doing any gardening or pretty much up to anything outside. I've fond memories of messing around in the garden as a kid while my dad did the serious gardening and a robin hanging out nearby with it's head cocked waiting for a worm to appear.
But I've never seen or heard of one trying to teach someone how to catch a worm
My GF has a brown-headed cowbird that recognizes and hangs with her any time she's messing with the garden, running the lawnmower, or doing stuff outside that stirs up bugs. It will even stand right next to her digging hand (she's actually had to gently shoo it aside or shrug it off her shoulder a few times) when she's weeding or planting in the two raised-beds we have out in back.
Now that it's figured out she lives inside
the house, it goes to the den window and pecks and chatters until she comes out if it thinks she's been absent for too long.
They look like this in case anybody isn't familiar with the species: