By Toni Schutta
Many parents fear the end of the summer. Children are reluctant to get back in the routine of early in the morning, the structured days and the duties which brings the school. Many parents are also reluctant to get back in the routine of early in the morning, the structured days and homework!
If your child is back in the pre-school, primary or secondary school, here are 10 tips to help make the transition back to school a success.
1 Scale back to the time of sunset – it is easy to summer leave at sunset to drag a little later. About three weeks before school begins start scaling back to bed as well as at the end of the third week of your child is growing as it will have to stand for the school. (It takes about 3 weeks for the body to adapt to a new sleep schedule).
For example, if you were putting your child to bed at 9 a.m., the first week put him to bed about 15 minutes earlier at 8: 45. Next week, make 8: 15 pm 8: 30 a.m. and then the next week.
Also begin to wake up that your child up a little earlier each week as a week before school starts, you are mimicking the school calendar.
Here are the guidelines of sleep recommended by mywebdoctor.com:
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