kids. Tuesday , February 28th , 2017 - 05:35:04 AM
Then organizing the schedule and time....which takes looking at the summer schedule. I like to get my thoughts organized ahead of time and get a mind-set for things...putting things down on paper seems to help a lot too -- not only for organizing time but also events, items, grocery lists, chores, almost everything. I have found if I can sit down at the beginning of the week....have some "free think" time and just write things down that need to be done -- then divide out of that list what "needs" to be done and the "wants" -- then schedule what "needs" to be done on what day, when....then I can put my wants in.....this is usually really helpful. But my main thing is "to have Peace"....I don't like a bunch of clutter, even in my day because it takes away the Peace....and I have found that Peace and Joy are the most important. I like to keep things fun, plain and simple.
After a bit of hiking, sit your preschooler down with some crayons and a paper and ask them to draw a map of where you have walked and landmark you have seen.
Just like the idea above on scheduling chores and after school activities on the same chart, you can do a similar thing with homework and chores. For some kids, chores are more interesting than homework; after all, there's no test and you don't have to think very hard.
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