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Old 01-22-2009, 05:48 PM
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When choosing a backpack, choose one that has wide, padded shoulder straps and a padded back. If you're finding you have to carry a lot of stuff in your bag, then perhaps buying a backpack that has wheels is the best option for you.
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If you find you are struggling with a particular subject, a tutor is a good solution. You can either ask your teacher for help, or you can look into hiring a professional tutor through an after school program. Ask your teacher or guidance counselor for recommendations.
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Old 01-22-2009, 09:16 PM
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Packing lunches every day is a great way to make sure that you and your child area eating a healthy lunch. But still keep track of what the cafeteria is serving, so that once a while buying lunch is an option, and it can be done on a day when favorites are being served.
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Making "to do" lists is a great way to stay organized of the things that you need to do on a daily, weekly or monthly basis. It will keep you from forgetting about big projects that are assigned in advanced. Using a daily planner is a great way to go about doing this.
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Old 01-22-2009, 09:17 PM
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Allow yourself at least a 15 minute break for every hour you're studying. This will help to alleviate eye, neck and brain fatigue while studying. Get up and walk around the room, go and fix yourself a healthy snack, do some jumping jacks. Doing these things will make it easier to sit for the next hour and absorb what your studying.
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Sometimes reassurance is needed on the first day of school. It's sometimes scary starting at a new school, or a new grade. Letting children, or yourself, know that you are not the only one that feels this way makes walking through the door a little easier.
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Old 01-22-2009, 09:18 PM
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Doing homework as soon as you get home is always the best thing to do. Since it's been a long day of learning new things, doing the homework while the information is still fresh in your head is a great way to make sure you remember it.
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Before going to bed at night, take a few minutes to get yourself ready for the next day. Go ahead and fix your lunch and have it waiting in the fridge. You can also have your book bag packed with the books, folders and supplies you'll need for the next day. Plus, having your clothes laid out means that deciding what to wear is much easier then when you're rushed in the mornings.
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It's very important to have a designated area for doing homework. Find a place that is quiet, or that has a small radio if you prefer to have soft background noise, and that has everything you need for studying.
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Take the time to pack book bags effectively. Take advantage of all the bags compartments, and place the heaviest items near the center. In doing this you are lessoning the chance of pulling a muscle in your shoulder or back by having uneven weight in your backpack.
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Many schools are no longer allowing students to carry their overstuffed backpacks or bookbags throughout the halls. If this is the case at your school, be prepared. Make sure you have the essential books and folders you may need for each class, and, based on the location of your classes, time to get to and from your locker if you need to drop books off or pick up additional ones.
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