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Readjusting Your Children to School After the Summer

In Lifestyle, Parenting by Sarah Hink

The summer is an amazing time to be a child. For those on a traditional school calendar, it means no school and no homework. For some kids, summer may mean summer camps. These provide some structure for them, but also heavily revolve around having fun and going on field trips. For other kids, it means staying at home and finding ways to remain entertained. Whatever the case, there is a tremendous change in store for children when school resumes. Consider the following ideas when helping their transition. Re-accustom the children to your house and to your rules. For many children with separated parents, summer represents a time of extended visitation with their non-custodial parent. This means different physical surroundings, different people, and often-jarring differences in parenting styles and discipline. It …