When your child is born he or she doesn't come with a manual, so we do the best we can, but research shows that an organised environment and routine will improve many aspects of their development.
An organised home and Lifestyle
Organisation is an important aspect of everyday tasks such as language, play, social interactions, personal time management, and even future management. It is a skill which will usually develops in the home, supported by learnered parents and trained teachers who have specific structures in place to reinforce a routine.
Here are five simple tips:
1. Clean up one activity before beginning another.
2. Place easy to read labels on containers so the right toys are placed in the right containers during tidy up time.
3. Stick to a mealtime, bath, bedtime routine.
4. Reward for good behaviour.
5. Teach your child/children to take responsibility for their actions.
Organisation skills are important for children to learn from a young age as these skills will help them to approach all tasks in life with confidence.
The Importance of Routine
A well-developed routine is essential for young children with developing minds as it is a way to establish normalcy and a sense of security. Setting up a well-rounded routine helps your child learn what elements are important in their day to day life and what will need to be accomplished. Remember that your family's routine should be built to accommodate everyone's needs, create a calmer household and build healthy, constructive habits. Routine will also help your child stay calm, cool, and collected during times of change or stress.
Finding the right organisation system and routine for you and your family will give your child a solid foundation. From organised toy chests and wardrobes to organise schedules and routines, let organisation be your parenting style of choice.
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