School trips have always been stressful when we have children. In the UK there are a number of holiday days over the years. October half an hour: two weeks at Christmas: week in February; two weeks on Easter-time and a week in May. While this may seem challenging, especially if the weather is not too good, it is pale compared with the challenges of a six-week summer break starting in late July and ending in early September. While plans have been stolen for many years to break down these three weeks to three or four and add the reminder to other vacationers – love it or hate it, the six-week summer break is still with us.
I'm sure we're all aware of the importance of having our children – even relatives or friends of children – home over the summer can cause it. While most of the experience of sharing this precious time is positive and worthwhile – even when time is when this same time can really become too stressful. Below are a few methods to get through these funerals than hours. While this article emphasized the summer break, these methods can not be used for freezing or even weekend for that matter.
I should also like to point out that most of these methods are aimed at the youngest children and maybe very young teenagers. While some methods can also be used with young adults in their adolescents, the nature of adolescents believes that different counseling is valid and this is something that I will cover in the next article. Some of my recommendations are as follows:
Plans before the summer break – This allows us to schedule our time and also our finances for the summer. This can be done by reviewing our journal and finance to get an idea of how much time we have and how much money has to be spent. This can also be done with our partners – if we have them – and even more importantly, it can be a good idea to talk to the kids, to go through what they want to do on vacation and adjust it in time and personal finances which we have available.
TESTING AND MAKING MORE IMPORTANT PROJECTS BEFORE TRAFFIC – I will not say the same about the cost of many summer holiday activities, especially indoor activities like cinemas, shopping and eating out – often what the kids want to do the most and the most expensive. For both cost-effectiveness and especially to keep us calm, it's a good idea to try to store these more expensive but popular activities throughout the six weeks – maybe do one more expensive activity a week. Although it is tempting to do all this at the beginning of the holiday, especially if we are constantly pestered; by spreading this for six weeks, we can give ourselves more time to save them, but also have children looking forward to days when it simply can not be done.
SAVE AND LET THE CHILDREN WHAT HAPPY EXPOSURE Possible – Here's something that's always a dot that's easy to say but hard to do really. Without preventing it, more exercises will be the children on the day they want to, first of all, be healthier and, secondly, want to go to bed earlier in the night – especially for younger children. This is another situation with teenagers. For younger children, however, the more exercise they receive during the day, they are likely to go to bed earlier in the evening, or even if this is not the case, they will probably have tired out and are quieter in the late evening. This ensures that we get a good sleep and are happier and healthier for this. While outdoor training is not practical in wet conditions, methods such as interactive video games mean that indoor activities can also use energy. For workouts outside of the garden – if we have one thing in the vicinity or the countryside is a great exercise and fun.
SAFE AND HAVE ACTION – While nobody wants to get up with an explosion in the dawn of the festival and feel like they are at school tomorrow, you can have some kind of habits for free. While it can often be fun to get out of any kind of habit during the first two or three days of the holiday, there is usually no way of doing anything. Without habits we can find that we sleep all day in the morning, not getting anything done and having trouble sleeping in the evening – so the cycle repeats again and again throughout the holiday. Again especially especially for younger children, when you set up early for example, for example at 8.30 instead of 7:00 on ordinary school day and being out of the house at. 10:00 to 10:30 if we have plans, ensure that while we are not in school, we still have a sort of routine and can get out of the house in a timely manner to take all necessary actions. This also helps to prevent one of the greatest stresses of the holiday, as it all lasts to last minutes, and as a result, a big rush occurs at the strain that accompanies this.
PREVENT TO BE REQUIRED TO BE FIRST TO DO FOR SUCCESSFUL Children of all ages – Leading from my previous level of importance, should the adult always be supervised or that slightly older children should be within if any incidents occur. In addition to being necessary for safety, the presence of adults, even in the garden or in another town, whether or not they can control children's control. Even with the best well-behaved children, they can become rather exciting and do not behave well if they are in a group. In many ways, a group includes unique children who need to compete to be heard by shouting or paying attention and respecting another path that, of course, can lead to bad behavior or even brutality. With a parent in the group and may be present if this rust or behavior is increasingly gaining control, (a) activity can control this behavior and (b) can also stop our children or children in our personal care in trouble and we need to deal has unpleasant consequences for this.
GET TO GET GOOD HEALTH DIET – Even more than school days where the temptation is not too high for our kids during classes, staying at home all day or in places like cinemas where a lot of unhealthy Foods available, induces temptation to eat unhealthy food. Although entertainment is not moderate by doing this every day, especially on vacation when our kids can get less exercise than usual, they have consequences for their health – from harmful teeth to cause weight gain. Even with this, e-talk loaded foods, such as carbohydrate carbonates and ready-to-use flavored sweets, can also be added and unusual effects of causing high energy velocity and hyperactivity. This would be particularly uncomfortable in situations where children can not burn energy like a wet day or late night. I apologize for obviously apparent here, but avoid these foods in large quantities regularly and late in the evening to prevent these undesirable effects. Of course, we should try to make sure they eat three meals a day – good quality breakfast, lunch and dinner not too late at night, if the kids are burning a lot of energy and definitely simply avoiding a fuss of less healthy foods.
NEW NEW GUIDELINES THE DEVELOPMENT AND FITNESS IN HOBBIES AND INTERESTS – Not only is the summer what parents can do for their children but also this precious time is an opportunity for children to find out for their hobbies and personal interests. Parents should fully ensure that we encourage our children to develop these interests not only for their own satisfaction and intelligence but also in connection with this article – A child with greater interests and being able to entertain will mean that parents will have much more relaxing time and less stressful. Indeed, children need mental and physical activity!
TRY AND BUY & BACK TO SCHOOL & # 39; Characteristics especially united at the beginning of the holiday – Not really the secrets of this technology, but one that most people seem to forget or can not get their children to do. Probably a mix of these! From my own school days, I remember nothing worse than breaking the summer vacation and watching ads on TV ads and back to school & # 39; items, especially the fear of school uniforms. Even worse though, was a shopping visit to buy it, struggling through the crowd of other business last week's summer! While this suggestion will definitely enhance our children, if possible, it's a good idea to buy the school equipment and other items at the beginning or middle of the holiday – anytime, just not last week. After much protest on this, actually going to get uniforms early will make all shopping experience easier and less stressed as there will probably be very few other buyers around. This will give our children a sense of having this terrible chore and have the rest of the vacation to enjoy – and of course parents do not have to be stressed with them last week!
As I said before, the majority of these methods are targeted at the youngest children for teenagers. While some of these recommendations may also be useful for adolescents, the prospective article will focus on stress management in these years.
It may be that not all of these recommendations are working for everyone, and certain suggestions used in this connection may work better for some people, while others will work better for others. My advice here is that these simple suggestions should be really used as instructions and can be combined with other methods that I have not discussed here. It's actually using what works best for us each and every one. Nevertheless, these methods should be followed to ensure less stressful and enjoyable holidays for both children and parents.