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08/09/2017

 How to Help Your Child Prepare for the New School Year

As the new school year approaches, it's time to start preparing your child for their return to classes. To get them back to school with minimal struggles, use these helpful tips.

Ease Into School Routines

Getting back into old school routines can be a challenge for many students and parents. Luckily, you have plenty of time to practice these routines before the school year starts. Slowly start having your child follow a nightly routine that gets them to sleep at a reasonable hour. After a few days, they'll be able to fall asleep faster and get up in the morning with fewer issues. Have your child eat a solid breakfast and be ready to go as if it were a school day. These routines may take a few days to adjust to, so start implementing them at least a couple weeks before the first day of school.

Listen to Your Child's Worries

Many children experience back to school anxiety because they suddenly have to confront a great deal of changes. From a different teacher to a new school, your child may not be feeling great about the upcoming school year. Before the first day of school arrives, sit down with your child and listen to any worries they may have. Be attentive and try to a find a solution to all of their concerns. Let them know that you'll be there every step of the way to help.

Maintain a Positive Attitude

Positivity and optimism can be quite contagious, so do your best to maintain a positive attitude when it comes to all things school related. If your child sees how excited you are about the new school year, they will also start to get excited!

The Best Tutoring in Franklin TN

To help keep your child on track all school year, enroll them in after school tutoring in Franklin, TN. For the best tutoring classes around, check outThe Tutoring Center, Franklin TNContact them at(615)721-8844 for more information.

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