Next 15 days are going to be crucial for children as well as you too.
Lot of mood swings, sadness, enthusiasm, relaxed behaviour etc can be expected from the children.
Let’s support our children. ..
How you can do that?
Some simple tips which can be implemented from your end, to help your child cope up with the stress.
1..Please wake them up in the morning with a positive stroke, a touch/ hug which a child expects from his parents.
2.. Start your child’s day with a positive statement – I love you, come let’s start this beautiful day together etc
3.. Take care about the communication you have with your child, before she/he leaves for his exams. I am sure you will excel, I am sure you will give your best, all luck to you, I will be waiting for you to come back my dear……etc
4.. Do not let your anxiety pass on to your child. Whatever the situation is, last moment positive support from your end will give a boost to your child’s confidence
5..When the child comes back, please avoid asking only how was the exam, instead ask….how was the experience….
Let’s unwind for the day, let’s go out for sometime / let’s have a cup of coffee together etc
Avoid talking about the subject.
Gone is gone…you can’t alter that but atleast you can support the child for the coming one.
6.. Please ensure that a very happy and healthy atmosphere is given to the child in the house during his exams.
7..Please play soft instrumental music while the child is having his breakfast or relaxing with you
8..Avoid giving marks target to the child.
9..Keep fresh flowers in the house, that brings lots of positivity in the house
10..Avoid nagging for any reasons
11..With a positive stroke, make the child sleep..your two minutes will give him sound sleep for some hours, that will help the child to combat with the situation
12…Avoid advice pls, give the child his space
13..Stand by your child even if the exam has not gone as per your or his expectations..It’s ok…
Lots of love to your child and
Yes – please be calm, be patient and all luck to you too , my dear parents.