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Back To School or BLACK To School?

Posted by Naphtali Bowen on

They’re waking up to alarm clocks, getting onto the school bus and opening new textbooks – across America, kids are going back to school.



We all remember the night before the first day of class: you might have been too anxious to sleep, wondering what the next day holds.

Kids could be reuniting with friends, starting high school or surrounded by strangers if they’ve just moved into a new neighbourhood. There’s pressure to make friends, to excel in new classes and make the most of the year.

Global News asked four parenting experts, authors and researchers for their back-to-school tips for a variety of ages, situations and milestones.



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Teach your child some ways to cope with those butterflies in their tummy:

Assure them that it’s normal and will pass
Teach them to breathe deeply and slowly to calm their nerves
Advise them to stay away from caffeine or energy drinks
Talk to them about what makes them nervous and have a strategy. If they’re worried about who will sit with them at lunch, help them map out a plan in advance. If they need to, rehearse it so they’ll know what they will do or say.

THANK YOU

SIGNED, MICHAEL PHARAOH."

 


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