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How Your Child Feels about A Back-to-School Workspace

Think back to your first day of school? What was it like?

I remember having a new pair of shoes and school supplies. I also remember having a desk and meeting new classmates.

At home we had after school routines to follow. They weren’t new because we followed them all the time. One of those routines was – DO YOUR HOMEWORK 1st!

I shared a bedroom with my kid sister. We didn’t have a desk in our room, so we did our homework at the kitchen table. There were a few times that homework was not completed before dinner, but that happened once I got to high school.

Fast forward to 2021!

We have operated in a remote learning environment for the last 15 months and many of you have opted to continue home schooling or having your son or daughter attend school remotely.

If your child is attending school remotely, be sure to establish a specific place in your home for them to attend school and complete their homework. 📝📚

Help them understand how important this space is, and most important- how excited you are for what they will accomplish and learn during this school year.

If they are attending school in-person, that dedicated space will still be necessary for them to complete homework and projects.

Remind them to keep it neat and organized.

By the way, let their brothers and sisters know that they are not to “borrow” (or destroy) any school supplies without permission.

Have a wonderful, successful school year with your child.

I help parents build the kind of communication and trust that allow parent-child relationships to grow and feel better. 😘

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C. Lynn Williams

clynnwilliams.com

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August 19, 2021 at 12:55 pm Leave a comment


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