1. Get Dressed and ready
Make sure your child is dressed in appropriate clothing for the day's activities and that their backpack is prepared with supplies they need for the school day, such as textbooks, pencils, paper and other items.
Plan meals and snacks for the day to ensure your child gets a nutritious, balanced diet. Provide healthy options such as fruits, vegetables, whole grains and protein-rich foods, and limit sugary snacks or processed foods.
Ensure that your child practices good hygiene habits by brushing their teeth twice daily, taking regular showers/baths and washing their hands often with soap and water.
Encourage physical activity throughout the day to help keep kids active while also helping them develop coordination skills and socialize with other children. This can include activities like playing tag in the backyard or having a bike race around the block.
Give your child some educational activities each day to help them develop a love of learning. These can be simple tasks such as reading books, solving puzzles or playing interactive games online.
6. Free time
Allow some time for fun, relaxation and other activities that your child enjoys doing. This could include watching movies, playing video games, listening to music or taking part in art projects.
Establish an early bedtime routine so children get enough rest before the next day's activities. Make sure bedrooms are comfortable and peaceful by removing distractions such as television and computers from the room, and encourage kids to spend their free time relaxing before bed instead of being active.