Preparing Your Kid for School
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Preparing her child to the entrance to the infant school is a topic of interest for many parents. This is a year that is said to be pivotal because the child learns to read and write. As a parent, the big responsibility is often very heavy on his shoulders. So to help you live more calmly this time here are some tips.

Resume to school

It is common for children to have staggered hours during the holidays. Also it is important to plan before the school year, an adjustment period where you will sleep your child earlier and earlier in a progressive manner. Also, on day j, it will be returned to school rhythm and be in shape for new learning he has to do.

Defuse the situation

Do not harp on him for all the holidays he will enter the high school. And it’s time over for fun. But you say that this is a year like any other, and what he’s capable as others, to learn all new things, because they’re adapted to their age.

Share your feelings

If you’re feeling particularly stressed out by this autumn, take the time to ask about the reasons for your fears. Try to think back to your own PC and you remember what you felt at that time. If you experience problems getting this back on its own, call a friend or professional who assists in this process. By expressing your emotions, you will avoid projecting concerns about your child that does not belong to him.

Tempt

Tell him what an extraordinary year it will be, a year during which he will learn to read and write. Then discover all the best stories. He can write all the words he knows. It will also be able to write beautiful letters to everyone he loves. Children are usually happy to do this learning.

Arrange a place to work

With the kid entry to school comes homework. Therefore it is important to organize a space where he could study. The best is to install a desk in his room so it is quiet. If it is not possible, make sure that when he’s doing homework, there’s the least possible entertainment, like television or brothers and sisters who are near him.

Encourage autonomy

This is the beginning of a succession of years that your child will have homework to do at home. Knowing that this is a cause of repeated fighting with her child, it is useful to bring it now to work independently to reduce opportunities for conflicts and focus on relaxation, sharing and exchange. In doing so, your child can also derive pleasure and pride to get there by himself. It will then very soon realize that academic success is of value for oneself and not to please each other. For this it is necessary that he had the opportunity to do things by himself as soon as possible. So rather than imposing things all the time, offer the opportunity to make decisions, like choosing clothes, choose when he wants to shower or do homework etc. Instead of in its place, like tying shoelaces, respect their efforts and wait for him to ask for help. And finally, instead of responding immediately to questions, let him the opportunity to find for himself the answers.