How to organize your child’s school days

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Mothers face a variety of challenges concerning organizing their at-school-children’s time, which requires a good schedule from them, and to put some rules and regulations that relate to organizing time and taking the most of it.

Here are some tips to help you organize and control your child’s time during school’s day and after it’s over:

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    Teach your children to change their clothes, clean their hands, feet, and face the moment they come back from school.
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    Do not make lunchtime right after your children is back from school; ask him what time they feel hungry.
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    Do not start with your children’s homework right after they are back from school; give them some time to rest.
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    Give your child the time to play, have fun and watch TV. In addition, estimate your children’s bedtime in a way they will get at least 8 hours of sleep.
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    Prepare your children’s outfit and everything related to school the night before, so they don’t leave to school in a mess.
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    Make sure your child gets 8 hours of sleep, at least.
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    Do not start with your children’s homework the moment they are back from school, give them some time to have fun and play.
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    Help your children with their homework and ask them if they need more explaining.
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    Share the house activities with your kid, like making a cake or tidying up the house or watering the plants.