You are well aware of the significance of the resumption of normal school operations. It is time to wake up your child and get him or her ready for school.
However, it is not always easy to get the children out of bed first thing in the morning. The following is a list of suggestions for getting your children ready for an early wake-up call:
- Make a habit out of it. Your children will be able to go through the motions without having to put too much thought into what they are doing if you have a routine in place. The implementation of a consistent routine will assist them in comprehending the activities that must take place on a daily basis in order for them to be ready for school on time.
- Get into the habit of eating breakfast every day. If you want to start educating your kid about healthy eating habits, the morning is an excellent time to do it; thus, you should make sure that your child has breakfast before they leave the home. Have a conversation with them about the importance of eating breakfast and what they will consume in order to get themselves ready for the day.
- When appropriate, provide some snacks. If you want your kid to develop the routine of rising early but don’t want them to get used to this way of life, reward them with special privileges when they go above and beyond the expectations placed on them as contributing members of society (i.e., doing their chores). Because of this, kids will feel rewarded for rising early rather being penalised for doing so.
- Watch careful that they don’t get too much shut-eye in the morning. If this is the case, you may want to try setting an alarm for 15 minutes earlier so that they have enough time to take a fast shower and brush their teeth before falling back asleep.
- Allow them some time to get their body warmed up. Before you attempt again, make sure you give them a sufficient amount of time to either exercise or simply stretch.