More Tips To Get Your Kids Settled Into School

Many kids love the freedom that the summer brings, from playing outside all day long to staying up late with no homework to do. In our last blog post, we discussed tips to get your kids settled back into school. After all, who wants to willingly give up summer vacation? In this blog post, we’ll discuss even more tips to help your kids get back into the school routine.

Creative Learning Arts School is a creative arts and language immersion daycare and preschool in Bethesda. We have adopted the Reggio Emilia approach, which always puts kids first when it comes to their education. Our creative teaching methods involve teaching regular lessons, art, music, and lots of free time where kids can explore and use their imagination. We invite you to sign up for a tour of our school today!


Emphasize the Importance of Education First

Your child takes cues from you with all things in life, including education. If you set the expectations high when your child is young, he or she will embrace that. Creative Learning Arts School recommends that you tell your child how much you value education, how having an education is important in this world, and how attending school and doing your best means a lot to you. Prioritize family activities that support education, such as reading at home, limiting screen time, and learning together. Once your child gets going back in school, ask about their day, what they did, and look at the work they did at school. Praise them frequently, and remain engaged in the happenings of your local school.

Emphasize the Importance of Homework

A lot of children struggle with homework, not because it’s difficult, but because they don’t understand its value. Most homework your child will have here at Creative Learning Arts School will support what the teacher is doing inside the classroom. Let’s face it, there’s just not enough time in a day to accomplish everything there is to accomplish. Your teacher has milestones he or she wants to teach, as well as state standards, which can require additional work. By supporting your child with homework, helping out when you can and answering questions, you will be helping your child’s overall learning. In addition, you can set up a special place in your home or in your child’s room for your child to do homework in. Help your child make homework a daily habit, with a quiet and consistent place to work.

Furthermore, most schools, including Creative Learning Arts School, now have apps where you can stay up-to-date on all of your child’s homework and school activities. Oftentimes, children forget what their homework is, so by helping them, you’ll be setting them up for long-term success.

Emphasize Family Time

Oftentimes in the busyness of school, family time gets squeezed to the point it is completely cut out of the picture. Try to get together at least once a day, such as at dinnertime, to reconnect with one another.


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