10 Back-To-School Tips For Kids

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The beginning of yet another school year is not only quite challenging for the students who will go to school each day but more so for the mums who need to make sure their children wake up early so they get to school on time, do their homework, pass their exams, while making sure they are well-nourished and continuously fed with healthy and nutritious meals that will enable them to perform well in school.

The little man goes to big school for the first time this year and I am certain that we shall be entering yet another exciting and challenging chapter in our wonderful journey together. Although it may take a few more years before I can finally have a very serious conversation with him about the do’s and don’ts while in school, I am stocking up on little nuggets of wisdom this early so I will be sure to give my son just the right amount of reminders to ensure he makes the most of his time in school. Here are 10 back-to-school advice off the top of my head which I am sure most mums with school-aged kids will find handy:

  1. Sleep Early ~ this might be an over-used cliche, but waking up way too early in the morning sure needs a lot of practice . To make sure the children wakes up very early in the morning it is a must that they have enough sleep the previous night. It also pays to have a very well-thought morning routine so the children can easily prepare for school.

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    The 3 variants of Swish Mouthwash: Peppermint Fresh, Arctic Chill, and Mangosteen Mint
  2. Use the grooming kit stashed in your bag ~ mums see to it that you maintain good grooming  and excellent personal hygiene even when you are busy honing your talents, improving your skills and stocking up on knowledge while in school. It is good that mums can rely on Swish Mouthwash to take care of your chompers and your fresh breath while in school.
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    Swish Breath Spray in Peppermint Fresh Flavor

    It comes in a variety of flavors that I am sure any student will like. What is good about them is that they are alcohol-free so they are ideal for use even for children as young as 7 years old. They also come in handy 60ml bottles that mums can easily include in the children’s grooming kits. Not only that, they also come in a very handy and convenient Breath Spray form so the kids can easily have clean and fresh breath without breaking a sweat. Swish is also a quality product of Unilab, a brand trusted by most mums.

  3. Eat your snacks {which I have especially made for you!} ~ nothing is more delighted by your eagerness to learn and fraternize with your classmates than mums, but please eat your baon and do not skip meals in school just so you can have more time to play or study. It requires a well-nourished body to achieve a well-educated mind so it is a must that you finish your snacks and meals first, especially that we prepared them to ensure that you get your daily dose of vitamins and minerals to keep you going in school.
  4. Be mindful of the labels in your school stuff ~ mum lovingly put those labels in your school stuff so you will find it convenient to locate your things at any given time. It is also very handy in making sure you won’t misplace your things.
  5. Establish a regular study time at home. It will prove more effective if you will create a schedule at home for your homework and review. Make sure that you coordinate with mum so she can free up her schedule and tutor you with your homework or review you for an upcoming exam. Know that your study time will always be one of mum’s top priorities for the day.
  6. Good grades are great but it is more important that you learn in class ~ Grades may be a very great indicators of how well you are performing in class but mum wouldn’t mind if you get less-than-exemplary marks at times as long as you tried your best to pass and you do understand the lessons your teacher are discussing. You can always do better next time so just keep trying!
  7. Listen to your teacher ~ this is something that I have to stress everyday for my little man considering that he only started going to school and has yet to fully grasp its dynamics. But it does pay to remind even the bigger kids to take heed of the teacher’s reminders as the teachers, after all, are the students’ parents while in school.
  8. Make friends ~ school can be a grind sometimes, plus you will stay there for the most part of your childhood so it does pay to have good friends whom you can share the good and the not-so-good times. They make life all the more exciting and enjoyable while you spend time in school.
  9. Books are your best friends ~ these little things are a treasure trove of information that you will find valuable in a quiz, in term papers or in major exams. Mum will make sure to cover them properly at the beginning of each term but it is up to you to care for them and keep them safe as you go about your daily school activities.
  10. Enjoy school ~ in whatever you do it is ideal to inject a bit of fun in it to make it all the more exciting and something to look forward to. So while learning and struggling to pass every exam, do not forget to enjoy every minute you spend in school!  :-))

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  1. My son is only 5 years old so I think some of the tips are not applicable to him. But I always make sure so follow important rules like sleeping early, reading and having friends.

    1. our children are of the same age, some of these tips do not apply to him either, but i do try to follow most of them, especially the study habits + good routine bits. 🙂

    1. it was a struggle to maintain an early bedtime especially for night owls. i do hope the little burritos will get the hang of it in preparation for school.

  2. nice and amazing this tips…my daughter are 7 years old and she is in grade 2…i don’t know if this tips and guide are fit to my daughter because she is so matigas ang ulo…pag gusto gusto…pag ayaw ayaw…

    1. aww! my son is also strong-willed, but there is nothing perseverance + patience cannot overcome. am sure you will find the best tactic to let your daughter follow your rules! 🙂

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