If you are off school and taking government measures to do social distancing and in self isolation and you are stuck indoors, then why not try getting your kids to tidy up.
This is the perfect opportunity and in fact this blog was inspired by my son who on his own accord began to tidy away mine and his dad’s clothes away, not in the right place mind you, but he still managed to tidy a chunk away.
Why not get a load of bins and put them in places around the house and have all the kids in your household have a sort out in their bedrooms, kitchen supervised, bathroom and sort through their bath toys for example and make a day of it.
Use it to go through their toys and have a good deep clean of items. Working in a nursery setting it is surprising how so many items like kids toys can accumulate so many germs.
Have them label the bins and have once all is cleaned sort some toys out for donating.
Why not give them a chore chart and make a game of how many items they can pick up in a minute or do within 10 minute intervals, or hide items around the home for them to find and then they have to find the objects home.
This teaches kids about observation, decision making and being organized.
The more we encourage our kids to be tidy up the more they are likely to follow suit and continue on tidying up their toys rather living in a chaotic mess which can happen with children.
Please let me know what you are doing whilst practicing social distancing and if you have been struck by the Coronovirus then I hope you do get better soon.
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Hi everyone and welcome to another blogpost. Today I m sharing some 5 Parental Strategies to help you with building your child’s growth and development and relationship:
- Allow them to make good choices in life
- Be calm and patient
- Be clear and precise
- Always reach their level to make eye contact
- Be honest but allow them to use their imagination
It is always good to set boundaries but I am a great believer of learning through play and would often let Henry pretend now when plays football to do the commentary as it is good for words and communication.
When doing homework and chores, make it as fun as possible otherwise they will get bored.
Playing games like myself and my friends did, using the archers in the estate where we lived as houses, you could help the kids to build some Lego and do pretend play. It is all part of learning and a great for them to have interaction with you and their siblings.
Strategies help set boundaries for you and them. Please comment below of any further strategies you may have.
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