As I get older and spend more time working in different schools, I notice that many issues that children have stem from starting the school year off on the wrong foot. Though many parents try to help their children kick the year off right, if the consistency isn't developed or retained in the following days, there is a chance the child will have a little difficulty throughout the year. That's why knowing some helpful habits to start on the first day of school to ensure a successful year is good to have on your side.
Whether you're a first-time parent or a veteran of the PTA, you can never be too educated when it comes to helping your child grow. Although every day has it's ups and downs, I've learned as an adult that if you think positive and speak positively, that reflects in how your day pans out. As a parent, sending positivity to your child can help them have a positive day, too. Getting your children into the mindset of positive habits or positive thinking at the beginning of the year can be the difference between them loving their school year or suffering through it.
No matter what age your child is, starting their school year off on the right foot is very important and these 11 habits can help you get them there.