Parents are starting to prepare for the new school year, but it may be moving away from family, sticking to stricter schedules, or traveling and fearing the risks COVID-19 It’s hard for kids, even if kids don’t publicly express it, there are ways that parents can help kids deal with going back to school.
In this report, we present a number of ways to help your child overcome the pressures of school in light of Corona, according to a report published on the . website parents.
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Ways to relieve your child’s school stress: Help them adapt
At first, children may need more help to settle in and adjust, so be there and help them adjust to the new environment and different precautions than they used to.
Talk to them about their feelings
Children can also feel anxious about making a change in their life and that they will face it on their own, so reach out and make sure you communicate and talk about the thing that is worrying them, and help them internalize and move past it until the anxiety turns into comfort.
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Discuss the variables
Help them prepare for the school year and their expectations and answer all their questions and concerns, this procedure will help them know the changes in advance which will make them anticipate and thus turn the abnormal into normal and thus be less stressful for the families.
Fight the depression of Corona for them
Without a vaccine, children are still at risk, and this can make them nervous. Despite emphasizing precautions and safety measures at school, try to reduce their fears and remind them that they are not alone.
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Put your fears away from them
While there is still a high risk of COVIDChildren can sense your fears easily, so stay calm, take all measures and always try to remind children of precautionary measures, but be careful not to make them live an abnormal life due to excessive fear, because this will make them feel more pressure.
An opportunity to make your child more flexible
As taxing as the change can be, it’s a great opportunity to teach kids resilience, as resilient kids can better adapt to situations and handle future scenarios better.