As the estimates for quarantining seem to get longer by the day, what can your 9th and 10th-grader do to thrive at home?
They may not appreciate it, but this downtime gives them unprecedented opportunities to grow as a student, citizen, and person.
I've broken down my ideas into a few buckets. My hope is that your child will take some of these suggestions for action.
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Here's a sample daily schedule that I would like to see:
Ask them what they think? Help them come up with a daily routine.
Don't brow-beat them, but try not to let them waste weeks upon weeks of precious time swiping on their phone.
Good luck and please share ideas that you've come up with.
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