Your child’s personal hygiene and school laws

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Laws play an important role in an individual’s life throughout all stages, especially during childhood. Probably on the top of these laws are the ones the school puts for attendance, school uniform as well as acceptable and inacceptable behavior. In addition to your rules concerning personal hygiene.

Here are some important tips on how to teach your child to respect the school laws and how to care for his/her personal hygiene whilst at school:

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    Put extra tissues in your child’s bag, so he can use them in case they were not available.
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    Remind your child with the importance of washing the hands after using public bathrooms and after eating.
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    Train your child on how to close and open the public bathrooms’ doors properly and how to use them, from sitting to using the water hose.
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    Teach your child that it’s possible to ask assistance from the teacher in charge of public toilets, in the case the child didn’t know what to do in a certain situation.
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    Do not talk down about any law in front of your child. Instead, apply them with gratitude so the child can learn from you.
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    Explain to your child the school laws and encourage him/her to ask the teacher about any unfamiliar ones.
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    Help your child apply school laws, like preparing the required uniform, or buying the shoes you know the school requires.
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    Do not show sympathy with your child whilst talking about the teacher and the school board’s firmness with applying punishments and dictating laws. Instead, try to explain that they were put for his\her benefit.