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How to prepare for September 1 and not get tired of school in advance

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Restore your sleep mode. What for? Bad sleep can cause poor school performance. The sooner your student (regardless of age) restores sleep patterns, the easier it will be for him to wake up to school.

Limit the use of gadgets after school hours. What for? During the school year, it is best to devote time after school to homework and extracurricular activities. The sooner the child turns off the TV and turns on his head, the less he will have problems with homework.

Play board games for hours that will be set aside for homework. What for? During the school year, children have to do homework. Therefore, it would be nice to develop their habit of thinking, even after school hours.

Buy your child an alarm if he already knows how to determine the time. What for? Time management and self-organization are the necessary skills for study, and an alarm clock will help the child plan his morning.

Buy a wall calendar if you don’t have one. If there is, hang it in a conspicuous place. What for? A calendar is a great tool for organizing your time. Let the children write down all the planned activities there: football, dancing, friends' birthdays. When the school year begins, control, important projects and vacations will be added there.

Teach your children to cook their clothes in the evening. What for? Try to minimize morning clutter and rush. The habit of choosing clothes in advance develops organization in children.

Talk with your child that classes will begin soon. What for? After the holidays, it can be difficult to get back to school. The main thing is that this does not happen unexpectedly. Discuss with your child the upcoming start of school so that he can prepare mentally. You can start the countdown of days to school together.

If the child goes to a new school, go there on an excursion. What for? It can be frightening for a child to go to school, especially to a new one. To relieve stress and increase self-confidence, learn more about the school. Remember the names of teachers and be sure to pay attention to where the toilets are!

View past year grades. What for? If the child had problems at school and you did not give them due attention in the summer, these problems are likely to reappear. Remember, with what the child had difficulties so that they did not catch you by surprise. Make a plan to deal with them.

Buy school supplies. New notebooks and pens have a special magic, and with them the children want to hear the school bell more likely.

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