2023 Author: Steven Freeman | [email protected]. Last modified: 2023-11-27 15:22
The start of a new school year means a time of change, but not only for the children, but also for us mothers. Back to school changes the dynamics of the home. Today, the academic demands and demands rise like a foam, which unfortunately makes on many occasions projects, exams and homework the only topic of conversation with our children.
Whether we work outside the home or not, evenings become a total juggling act. Just as we make sure that our children have everything they need for a new year at school, we also make sure that we have what we need for a new year at home.
Here are some tips to keep in mind.
• Disconnected - Technology represents a very powerful distraction. Let's establish a rule where everyone, without exception, drop the phones when they get home.
• Organization - Let's take advantage of the determined time that our children have to do homework or prepare dinner and even carry on a little lunch the next day. So we are all in action at the same time.
• Family connection - This may seem strange, but those of us who have experienced it understand it. Let's identify a time each day to talk to our children about everything LESS than school. It does not matter where or how long it takes us. Either on the way home or after lunch, or while we clear the table. Either for five, ten, or thirty minutes. It is in these moments when we will really find out what they think, what worries them and in which we teach them things that are not learned in school.
As mothers, our responsibility is that our children have all the necessary tools to have a successful school year. Also that our family union is strengthened over the years. After all, that's the success that really counts.
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