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I noticed that my son's behavior worsens after vacation. I find that the following helps to get it better: Schedule - get him in bed on time No electronics and TV A lot of time outside to get his energy out Talking to him about his behavior May be get some suggestions from his teacher


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There is a lot of research out there to support child directed learning, what the homeschooling community calls "unschooling." To summarize, children who learn at their own pace about topics they are individually excited about and ready to learn, tend to learn in more depth and retain knowledge better. Take my son, for example. His school teacher had ...


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Some children have serious, correct reasons to avoid school. Perhaps a teacher (or other member of staff, or pupil) is abusing them; perhaps there is bullying; perhaps the child has a school phobia. Once you have established that none of those are happening the answer becomes clearer. It is important to keep a child going to school because it might be ...


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I feel bullets will work best here. Yes Establishment of routine Getting an education Socializing with same-aged peers Discovering social boundaries (romantic relationships, topics of discussion, trends) Discovering more of the world (geography or social studies courses) Learning respect and tact (dealing with teachers) Learning disrespect and ...


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I would say yes it is important because it establishes a routine that most people will have to follow for the rest of their life. But I would insert some caveats. 1)If the the child doesn't want to go to school because they are being bullied. This situation needs to be resolved ASAP and depending on the severity of the bullying you may want to keep your ...



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