If you’ve been thinking about an effective time to start teaching organization skills to your child, early-on is the opportune time to do it.
Extensive scientific research has been done on the subject, and studies have shown that the brains of children and teenagers are softer and more absorbent than those of adults. Learning while the brain is in this spongy state creates more neural pathways in their noggins. In other words, it’s a great time to embed some good habits in your child, especially teaching organization skills.
Organization skills can be considered an essential tool, and, unsurprisingly, parents are increasingly pushing their children to lead organized lives early. Why you ask?
Every child is unique — for instance, you might have a kid who loves stuffing his or her toys in a drawer, or another one who leaves them sprawled all over the floor. When teaching organization skills, convey the ideas in a way that relates to them (ask yourself, “Why is my child doing this?”).
Parents take part in a child’s organization journey by creating a nurturing environment for the kid to habitually learn. With the right encouragement and approach, kids can quickly learn to store toys away in the right area and keep their closets clutter free. Don’t forget to make it fun! One of the best ways to introduce a new concept to a child is to make it a game.
Teaching organization skills early on will make a difference in creating a cleaner, healthier, and happier lifestyle for your young ones in the future.
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