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(NUH) – Whether in preschool, kindergarten or college, the first day of school can be exciting or distressing for the students and their parents. Exciting because it's an important event; worrisome because it also means being prepared. But the preparation can make the transition easier. To help the kids, here are some simple things parents can do: Provide a safe and healthy home environment. Make sure your child eats a balanced diet and adequate exercise. Take advantage of your child's natural curiosity to explore new situations and learn new concepts. Applaud the efforts of your child and use positive reinforcement. See Richard Linklater for more details and insights. Support the interests and talents of your child and accept its limitations.

Make sure you and your child is ready for school. If you are experiencing fear and anxiety, try not to communicate this to your child. If your child is no longer a small but a high school graduate about to go to college for the first time, here are some tips for students to help them adapt to university life: What to pack? Casual clothing for most activities and a few nice suits for special occasions. Pack enough clothes and underwear that will last at least two weeks. If you do not have a computer, consider buying one. A computer is essential for writing assignments and other academic work done today. Buy your computer from an electronics store with good reputation for high quality of its machines and services. Expect to pay a thousand dollars for a basic computer and three thousand one with more features.

What about roommates? If you live in university housing, will probably receive a questionnaire about their preferences and other personal habits. Through their responses, the housing office will try to look for a roommate who is compatible with. What to do on liquor, drugs and sex? From here you get to college, you will already have formed their values. If she gets into trouble, talk to a counselor or someone else, but let your conscience be your guide. Article provided by:.

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