Getting Kids Ready For School

BACK TO SCHOOL FOR PARENTS & KIDS


Back to school my friends. It’s time to get kids ready for their new classes, teachers and friends –




We all know the feeling of excitement mixed with dread as you prepare for your child's return to school. There are so many things that need doing before they're back in session, but don't worry because we've got some tips on what parents should do when their kids head back into class this fall!


It can be difficult enough getting them ready physically and mentally - just think about how much more stressful it will be if there is no preparation whatsoever? From packing up toys or Fall clothes (and heaven forbid anything gets dirty), making sure snacks are available at any time during day; these tasks take only minutes per week . And yet somehow over break events like family gatherings happen

We have a really great opportunity for you, if your child is looking forward to the new year. We can help them get ready with our top notch coaching and private lessons!

We are so excited that next month will be here quickly--we know all too well what's coming up on this particular date each year: The New Year...and then weeks later--- holiday vacations!

So here are my top 10 tips!

1) One of the best ways to keep your child organized is by using checklists. Have them make a daily "to do" list and cross off completed items so they can feel accomplishment every time an item on their list gets finished!


2) The school supplies you need for your child are endless. There's a million different items and it can be hard to keep up! Here we've rounded up all of the must-haves, from planners and notebooks to math teachers that will make their lives easier in class - because what kid loves doing homework?


Start with the basics – pens, pencils, markers, crayons, scissors, rulers, pencil sharpeners, pencil cases, glue bottles, glue sticks.

Filler paper, Composition books, Construction paper.

Spiral notebooks, 2-pocket folders, binders.

Calculators – Basic and Scientific.

Highlighters.

Index Cards.

Back Packs.


3) Help your family stay healthy.

Just like you, they need some time to themselves and also the chance for self-care so that when it comes down to making dinner or breakfast in a couple of hours you don't feel too overwhelmed with thoughts about what's nutritious but not only will everyone be happy after eating something good; You might even get an idea on how we can improve our own nutrition habits! Be mindful of giving yourself permission each day - ask yourself: "How does this make me feel?" If rejuvenated—then go ahead & do ALL those things!!

4) Keep up with homework


If your child needs a tutor, it’s important to know the teachers and what they are seeking. You should set up an area that is homework friendly with minimal distractions so your student can get their work done in peace without being interruption by outside factors such as loud noises or people coming into contact while studying privately.


It may also help if you motivate them (and show yourself some confidence) when giving suggestions about how best approach assignments; this will go along ways toward ensuring success not only now but down future lines too!


Set up a homework-friendly area.

Schedule a regular study time.

Keep distractions to a minimum.

Motivate them & set a good example.



5) You have to be the kind of parent who is there for your child when they need help, no matter how big or small. Try encouraging them by telling good stories about their successes and making sure you're always available with activities that will keep them busy so it's easier on both parties in case anything goes wrong!

6) If you're looking to keep your child organized and motivated, than the best way is by organizing their space. With weekly cleanses of all books bags or notebooks it will be easier for them (and more fun!) because they'll know that there's nothing left behind but clean clothes!

7) You may not realize it, but being a parent is one big game of hide-and seek. You're constantly looking for ways to keep track and stay organized without letting your child know what you're doing so they have an edge too!

One effective way? Teach older kids about organizational skills like copying checklists from places where there are easy access such as the refrigerator or putting calendars up around their room with dates crossed off every time something gets done (even if this means hiding them). Another best practice: reminding younger ones why organization matters by showing yourself taking care

8) Technology has become a part of our lives that we can't live without, but there should always be some balance. Gaming and watching TV may seem like fun activities to do in your spare time when you're not working or studying - they actually serve an important purpose: staying fit!

Physical activity is crucial for eye health so cut down on screen time by giving subjects at least one hour per day dedicated purely towards sports and outdoor play (and maybe even more). This reduced engagement could help reduce eyestrain symptoms such as headaches, irritability etc., which would make life

9) What are some ways you can make sure your child understands their lessons at school? One thing is reading bedtime stories with them, but it's also important for parents and kids to share what each other study throughout the day. This will give a better perspective on top of just listening together as adults!

10) Joining after school activities will help your child be more confident and self-reliant. Well rounded kids need to experience a variety of things in order for them not only grow as an individual, but also become interested enough with one particular subject or theme that they want their own club at the end! You can even encourage this by telling him how much fun it was when you were younger...

There’s nothing more discouraging than sending your kids back to school unprepared. As parents, it is our sole responsibility to oversee the transition and make it smooth and easier for your kids.

Keeping open communication between you and your kids is vital to your child’s academic success. As we welcome another school year, it is best that they are prepared emotionally, socially, physically, academically and promote independence even before school starts.

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