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As parents, we understand that getting back into the school routine after the holidays can be daunting to some of us, and especially on our children. Often, our teenagers prefer to manage their back-to-school routine on their own since they are older, more independent and much more experienced as a student compared to their younger siblings.
However, as parents, we can also help smoothen their back-to-school transition by suggesting these tips to them:
Let’s also take this opportunity to celebrate our children and the start of their new school term as a family. It can be a simple meal or a back-to-school party!
Such display of family support can spur our children on despite the challenges faced at school, and will help make their entire school experience a positive and enjoyable one!
Tags: School Matters /Child Education /Teenage Issues
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