The first tip – if you are a busy, working mom and you do not have time to wash and iron your child’s clothes during the week, then it is worth buying a child in advance “weeks” sets of seven pieces of socks, shirts, panties (panties even with a reserve) and Also need to be clean shirts and shorts for sports activities, for example, if you have physical education twice a week, it is better to have two sets of shirts and shorts for physical education. Clothing should be easily accessible for your child so they can easily find and put them on.

Stationery and trace letter d is very important for a schoolchild, especially for an elementary schoolchild, because in junior school children need not only to write but also to draw using colored pencils. Check the quality of stationery before you buy it. Check how a pen writes, there should be several pens, and several companies, so that you can find your ideal choice. Check also pencils and colored pencils, how soft they are, what their color rendering is, and whether they are easy to sharpen. Check paints and brushes and whether they are convenient to use. Ask your child to sharpen pencils, ask if it is convenient, because if a pencil breaks during class the child has to sharpen it quickly. Don’t forget to check erasers, felt-tip pens and other stationery. One more detail – if your child has problems with assiduity and likes to move in the clouds, do not buy too bright stationery, so that the child was not distracted, especially contraindicated stationery with toys or in the form of toys.

It is very difficult for a child to go straight into school, especially after three months of summer vacation. And you need to understand this, and help him. If you are worried about your child, you don’t care how he learns, don’t be lazy to repeat with your child at home the material you learned during the day, read, solve math. But you need to specify the study time and play time: “Now we’ll study for half an hour, and then you’ll play for 15 minutes. Do not forget to unload the child also a change of scenery – for example, walks in the park or in the woods will be useful. Also your help will be needed in self-organization, namely in gathering a briefcase, preparing a bag for the gym, the pool, etc. If you help your child pack a bag, it does not mean he will grow up to be lazy. You just teach him by gradually shifting the responsibilities to him. For example, the first quarter you pack the bag together, and then only check, and after six months you check less often until the child gets up to speed. You also need to explain to your child how to behave at school, with classmates, that you should not tease, fight, push, pinch, do not distract neighbors and classmates from their studies, etc.

Daily routine.
It really helps the child and parents to have a proper daily routine. You need to make a daily routine, not only wake-up and lights out, eating / cooking, but also a mode / schedule of doing homework, collecting bags, walks at home. Make yourself a sample schedule for the day of the first grade from beginning to end and hang it on the fridge and stick to it, it will greatly ease the physical and psychological burden.

Order and Responsibilities.
Nurture in your child a love for order from the very beginning. Get used to the fact that school starts, which means there should be order on the table, toys should be packed, things are folded, and now we will do homework. Give your child chores that he or she can do and can already control, for example, folding the shoes of all family members. Only introduce duties need to start before the school year, or at least a month after, so as not to further burden the child.

Understand, dear parents, that your child is going through a difficult period, and he needs your support now, and if you communicate with your child, let him understand that you understand how hard it is for him, your child will feel better)