The child does not want to go to school? Learn how to cheer up a schoolboy before September 1!
Whatever the summer is, it relaxes. Mode, habits, rhythm, schedule – it will have to work again. Children are about to put on their uniform and go to school to meet new knowledge. And are they psychologically ready for it?
Support, not criticize
Supporting a child and properly praise is sometimes much harder than just scolding. But our task is to help children learn important skills, and then ask them.
A child is a reflection of ourselves, the way we look at it, the way it answers us.
Therefore, do not hang the labels of a schoolboy and in no way tell him/her that any subject is not his. Just support him in everything.
Configure that learning something new is interesting.
If a new subject appears in this academic year, try to tune your student to a positive wave. Tell him with confidence in your voice: “This is very interesting! You’ll succeed!”
Even if the child is skeptical about this discipline, remind that the appetite comes with meals, and interest wakes up during the study.
Remind about school friends
If a child has friends from school, he or she will gladly want to go back to class. Just remind him about them! Perhaps some inspiring school story will come to the aid and make the child smile and feel nostalgic.
But if there was any bullying against your child, immediately transfer him to another school. It is better to seek justice later, when the child’s psyche is safe.
Do not put your academic performance in the first place.
Stop pushing your children and put them in a state of fuss and rush in order to keep up with everything and get only good marks.
It is better to talk to your child before September 1 about the fact that grades are important, but much more important is how he or she feels at school.
Teach the child to live here and now, to be happy and appreciate every moment, because school is an important part of life.
Nothing terrible will happen if your student gets a bad grade. As they say, there are no bad grades, and scolding for experience is the last thing.
Dedicate your time to what your child likes the most.
Try to visit an exhibition or fair on the topic of your child’s interest before the start of your studies, and then find out what you liked and what you didn’t like. Finally let him use service that helps in studies. This will certainly cause interest in further study of the subject.
If you like chemistry, buy an encyclopedia on chemistry, if you like music, talk about joining a music school. Or buy autobiographies of great people who worked in the area that interests the child, and then ask the child to tell you what surprised him most in their lives.
Do not put principles above love.
It is important for the child to know that you do not love him for his grades. Let your relationship with children always be sincere and trustful!
Only then students will return home in a good mood and in full confidence that they will not be punished for a bad assessment – it can always be corrected!