The vacation is over. For kids, this is the time to pack their bags and get ready for back to school. This transition from a laidback holiday mood to a busy school routine is like a lifestyle change. It is hard for any person, especially for a child. Guiding kids for a smooth transition to school and academic life should be the primary focus for the parents. Being harsh or strict is not an option for children and can harm them mentally.

Many kids are likely to have some challenging social & educational learning issues at some point in their school years. Any youngster can struggle to adjust to returning to school after the holidays.

We understand that the concern is genuine, and this article is curated just for you. This will ensure a smooth transition for children after the summer holidays or any extended vacation. But before we delve into the tips to tackle it, let’s understand if this transition is so hard.

Understanding Your Child:Back to school understanding your child

Any transition, whether hormonal or lifestyle-related, can have a big impact on a child and is possiblly challenging to get them to return to their studies. Some children may struggle to adjust to returning back to school after the holidays because they are worn out and aren’t getting enough sleep.

Additionally, the abundance of lights, sounds, and physical contact from other students may be overwhelming for some children. Even if their teacher permits them to leave their desks, some children may need to walk around and feel constrained at school.

Children may feel insecure while away from home, especially little ones, because they worry about you or themselves when you are apart. To avoid the hassle and send your kid back to school happily, try the following tips and tricks.

Ten Tips to Bring Your Kids Back to School Zone:

Setting Up a Routine:Back to school set routine

We know how motivated one feels when they have successfully set a pattern for their day. It brings joy and prevents the mind from being cluttered all over. You can apply a similar strategy for getting your child back to school mode.

Make sure that the routine you design is practical and achievable. Take it slowly; you cannot expect a seed to grow into a tree the next day.

Don’t forget about,

  • Healthy sleep habits – around 9-11 hours for kids aged 5 to 13 and 8 to 10 hours for those aged 14 to 17.
  • Exercise about one hour per day of moderate to vigorous physical activity three times a week.
  • Diet during the first week back because being in vacation mode can cause disruption.

Share Your School Days’ Story:

Back to school share story

Nothing inspires like stories, especially when the teller is a known person. Kids love to listen to stories. You can share your school incidents, funny stories, your struggle as a school-going kid, and more to motivate your child to go back to school. This is the best way you can pull their attention to the world of school again.

Discuss Returning to School:

Back to school discuss

The majority of kids experience some amount of stress or anxiety related to school. Find out what troubles them by directly addressing the issues.

Assure your youngster that their feelings are normal and will probably get over them after adapting to their new environment. But keep an eye on the red flags.

Red flags are signs that can help you identify dangers ahead. If your child still seems uninterested and gloomy, look for what is going on in school. Incidents like bullying can also be the reason your child is skipping school. Check with their class teachers to know about it. Together, develop a support plan.

Fostering a Sense of Belonging:

Back to school fostering

It is said that school is the second home. Remind them of this feeling of belonging and acceptance. By speaking about school in a supportive manner, parents can encourage children to have favorable opinions about it.

Additionally, take an interest in your child’s education and be accessible to help both intellectually and socially. A school is a place for learning both life skills and academics. And this will not be the case if they do not feel accepted enough.

Encourage Inquiries:Back to school encourage

Encourage kids and teenagers to enquire about the upcoming term. What will change, exactly? Schools frequently offer transitional information. It could be worthwhile to get in touch with the school to see if they can provide any resources if they haven’t already. Most crucial, let your youngster know that there are no taboo topics.

Establish regular talk times throughout the academic year to ease back-to-school jitters. Provide an environment where kids feel comfortable talking to you about their thoughts; this will help them through the inevitable ups & downs of school life.

Set Up Your Bedtime Routine:Back to school bedtime

You might have easily missed this factor. Although this may seem the most complicated of the things we’ve discussed so far, the truth is that most students dislike going to school because it makes them feel sleepy or sluggish.

Implementing a bedtime routine for your child is crucial. Before your child returns back to school, establish a sleep routine. For best performance, children should get no less than eight hours of sleep each night. This will help them immensely with getting up early for school.

Keep Track of Your Child’s Performance on The Prescribed Schoolwork:Back to school keep track

Many schools give out reading and writing tasks for students to finish during the holidays. When having fun, it’s simple for kids to forget their assignments. But you should not. Make sure they do their job well before it is due in order to spare them from further stress.

To Conclude,

The whole family may enjoy and prepare for the changes ahead after the summer holidays. Even better is to create a ‘Back to School’ tradition where all the family members participate in encouraging and inspiring the kid. After all, education is the passport to the future.

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    • Amazing blog. I learn a lot from this how can we connect to our child emotionally well . How discussion of their school time can be great . How daily routine impact those Little ones. This is awesome . Very informative blog.

      • Perfect article for perfect really helpful for me to guide my kid

    • Sarah Maloka Reply

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  1. Barry Obineche Reply

    These are very thoughtful and inspiring “Back to School” tips.
    Kids are precious gems and they all deserve the best. We must inculcate the habit of spending quality time with them by supporting, mentoring and encouraging them and make them understand that education is the key to the future
    Like they say ” Children are like flowers, beautiful, delicate and unique. We nourish them so that they can bloom and show their brilliance of color

  2. Sefiat Lawal Reply

    Thank you for sharing this knowledge. It was insightful and helpful


    This tips Are really helpful to the parents , i have had those experience before and its really difficult for the parents and for the students after coming from vacation.
    Good luck and thank you for sharing

    • Amazing blog. I learn a lot from this how can we connect to our child emotionally well . How discussion of their school time can be great . How daily routine impact those Little ones. This is awesome . Very informative blog.

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    This tips Are really helpful to the parents .
    Good luck and thank you for sharing

    • I haven’t kids but I knew that kids are to beautiful gift giving by god , in my area there are many kids that’s I love they are to beautiful, curious and davil☺️ , I love to all and they love me , finally summer vacation is over and they all not going to the school because they saw me that school is too boring and hating to use ,I told to all schools are very interested place in school teachers are playing many types of game and they see you a beautiful and very interested world so go back and let’s walkup tomorrow and ready to seen a beautiful journy

  5. Carmen Jooste Reply

    Thank you for sharing these helpful tips as it is always a challenge to get the little ones back into school routine after a long school break. once more thanks for the helpful and thoughtful advice

  6. Inzamam shah Reply

    Thank you for sharing these kind of helpful articles, it’s very useful for our daily life routine.

    • Very helpful tips ..
      Back to school
      Ofcourse kids mental health is very important to excel in academics.
      Thanks for this article.

      • Andile Mdhluli Reply

        Eish guys no, the home work part!!! When I finished university I toldy myself no more school for now!! Now I have to do it all over again. 🤣🤣🤣 Great article.

  7. Khames Awad Reply

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    • Very helpful tips ..
      Back to school
      Ofcourse kids mental health is very important to excel in academics.
      Thanks for this article.

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  9. Swapna Gogula Reply

    This tips are really helpful for all parents, Thanks a lot to panel station for providing this type information .

  10. Akshita Agrawal Reply

    It feels so good that after a long break kids are going to school, they will socialize.. feeling guilty also feeling good as will get some Me time

  11. Really nice tips. They are very useful for young parents who still have growing children under there care. It would be great if parents put this tips in use for a healthy family.
    Thank you panelstation for this great tip.

  12. Prisca Muendo Reply

    It’s nice to understand your child and also keep track on his or her homework.Also it’s good to teach children on how to be responsible person

    • Cristina Gallotti Reply

      I genitori possono cogliere tanti spunti da questo articolo

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  14. What a wonderful, beautiful and well thought out tips for the little ones educational health and priorities after long holidays. The tips encapsulates a balanced package for any household. Thanks for the amazing tips.

    • Amelia Librinca Reply

      It is true! All our family members adjusting the back to school time.we slept and woke up early.

    • Enjoy the first day of back at school , It’s a new beginning , so never stop trying . Like about studies , computer knowledge as known as p.g.d.c.a some important courses for better future on nowadays kids generation .

  15. Deborah Wasilwa Reply

    Useful and inspiring information especially to our generation.

  16. Arulmozhi subramaniam Reply

    This is a great blog and useful tips for every parents. I am very impressed reading the above blog. According to my POV physical activities are must for school going children. It paves way for mental fitness and keeps them active at the same time. As we live in the modern world, children today are more obsessed with social media and technology. Therefore I totally agree and support that physical activity is must for today’s generation.

  17. Peace Madueke Reply

    I’m definitely going to use this for my kids in the future.
    Thanks. 🙂

  18. Peter Edet Reply

    As a young parent,I have learned what I don’t know before from this piece of information.

  19. Arindom Boruah Reply

    Understanding your child is really very important and the way this article has come up with ideas to how to do the things are really amazing.

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  21. This blog is really helpful.
    nice words (school is a second home)..

  22. Elaine Newton Reply

    Really nice and so easy to follow,great for me as a granny to be helpfull in that process because my daughter and two sons are staying with me,Thank you for a great article

  23. Like this post.. Speacially education is a passport of future… Well said..

  24. When I was a child, I used to dread returning to school, so I can relate to the fact that my child also feels the same way. Sharing my childhood experiences about adjusting to school resumption has helped my child and I can actually make use of some of your suggestions to supplement my efforts. Great work!

  25. Excellent and helpful article for the parents of school-going children

  26. Best tip I have is to start bedtime back the right way a couple nights before and to cut down on sugar before sending them back. Getting good rest and not being super hyper will help the kids AND the teachers.

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