Excessive study can have the opposite effect. Children need to be active and play sports to have positive energy to study better.
During the summer vacation, children (6-12 years old) mostly play and entertain. When entering a new school year, children spend most of their time studying. Because children cannot adapt to this change, they may have difficulty maintaining focus, be hard to find inspiration and easily tire out at school.
Many parents wonder how their children can keep up with the school schedule. Others want to help their children find positive energy so they can learn more effectively.
According to psychologists, parents can support their children by setting the good timetable. You should agree with your child to self-study and practice sports. You can also decorate your schedule and post it in places that your family can see. Set an alarm clock at important milestones so your child doesn’t forget the essential activities and parents can support them easily.
Parents should not change their child’s biological rhythms abruptly. For example, during the summer vacation, your children can sleep until 8 am but when they go to school they have to get up at 6 am. Children need time to adapt to this change. Mom should adjust gradually a month or a few weeks earlier. Limit the time it takes to change your schedule at the beginning of the school year so your child doesn’t have to get used to it from the beginning.
One week before school, get your child up early. When I come home from school, I will take a shower, rest, eat, then do homework. Before going to bed, try playing chess with your kids, doing 30-minute yoga or playing dance music to release energy. You need to maintain this habit throughout the year for your child.
Preparing your mind for the child is also important. If not ready, babies easily lose energy. Parents can remind them well, “We have finished the summer vacation and go back to school.” Choosing to buy children an eye-catching learning tool helps them to enjoy using them, and thus prefer learning. Parents can read textbooks with their children but should not force their children to study first. Children still have a few hours of sports and exercise like the summer holidays to relax.