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How can a parent help the parent and the child fill the big end of the curve in the fall? How do you make sure your good grades are kept and your child does not purge completely?
Teaching for Endless Hair: You Can Help Your Child
The end of the teacher, the children, the teachers, the parents, were all over our necks. But most of all the kids. They get harder in the morning and fall asleep in two minutes in the evening. Every day, new and more papers, answers, to-do notes, a ticket to the end of the year are required. And, of course, teachers are more tense, impatient, which is just oil on fire. You are rightly wondering how you can help your child. Of course, so that in the meantime, good grades will remain. The "mother brain" says you need to practice, get ready for the thesis, but the "mother tongue" is the best way to let kids out, let them play, play. I think the most important thing is give us extra munitions for our children. Not necessarily the extra learning that "you still have to tighten the finish, then you can play in the vacations", but it should somehow add extra energy to the kids' lives. So that you can focus that extra on your teacher's hair. Such extra energy can be provided in the millions. For example, if brothers and sisters co-operate, parents should not fire and don't scold thembut understand that they are just tense and let out the steam. Try to quell the storm: with humor, by choosing them and with lots and lots of patience. It's also great to have a kid back home after school and have the opportunity to be alone, do nothing (that is, of course, he does work on the events of the day, it seems like nothing at all). After that, he spit-packed him to practice for the Sophie Exam. It can also be an extra energy to talk a lot if you need it. For example, design summer programs or who your favorite friend is. Or tell him like he is. The point is to feel you are watching me, you give him the time, the attention and the energy. Now that the evenings are quite clear, it is possible to play hiking, biking, playing soccer on a dune. If you are to move himself out after a full day of school and concentrating, he has a much easier time with any lesson or extra practice he may have left over. Let them sleep, play, relax and relax for a long time. You just have to gather energy from somewhere to have a good night's last few weeks. Be nice, smiling, patient and understanding. This is always true, of course, but in this case your behavior is extremely important! What you radiate about yourself: whether you need to rest, recharge, or that you expect and need to be fulfilled.I know that it requires an extra energy investor on the part of the parent as well, but it is more worthwhile than grimaces) that just explode and you can clean up ruins. Believe me, I'm talking about experience.
- Let him play!
- Get moving every day!
- School distress or separation anxiety?