4 Tips to Help Your Child Transition from the End of School to the Summer Holidays
It has been 3 years since most kids in the GTA have had the full school year come to and end in-person and having a typical end of school wrap-up. There was an emotional and social impact during the years of the pandemic for children to not be able to say goodbye to friends and teachers in-person, missing the celebrations, and many other significant things that help a child bring the chapter of that school year to a close. Endings can have a different impact from child to child, and can be more difficult for some. When endings are supported and acknowledged for all they may bring, kids feel less alone in their feelings and experience, can feel more understood, and typically can regulate themselves better during a transition time. Below are 4 tips to help your child with the transition.
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I have been working with parents for over 10 years. I have learned a great deal from them as well as from parenting my own children. It has taught me that parenting is the most trying job there is, requires the support of a village, and with the right supports can be truly rewarding.