Planning and setting priorities

Some parents are sure that the child must be successful and purposeful. Others believe that kids are kids so they don’t teach them how to manage their own time. But the older the children are, the more important this skill is.

The purpose of planning is for the child to become independent. And to do this, you need to explain from early childhood what priorities are, and as kids grow older, teach them how to set them.

What you need to do

  1. Make plans for children even when they are small. Say, “Let’s make a plan,” and then write down a few steps. At the same time, make a checklist in which the child can tick the steps taken.
  2. Involve your child in planning and setting priorities. Ask, “What do you think should be done first? And then?” Write down each step that the child says.

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