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Practical Tips to Help your Child Balance Studies And Play

The phrase, “All Work And No Play Makes Jack A Dull Boy “ summarizes how marks and report cards aren’t the “end-all-be-all” assessment of how your child is faring in his education and life. Play, be it sports, theatre or even a pretend tea party, is essential for a child’s holistic development.

Benefits of Having a Balance:

Experts recommend balancing a demanding academic schedule with an hour or two of playtime. Games, make-believe plays, social interactions, etc. help cultivate different skills, gain varied experiences and improve physical and mental wellbeing.

Other benefits of incorporating playtime in your child’s routine include:

How to Create Balance:

Try these simple and practical steps to help your child balance work and play in their life.

  • You can start by allocating adequate time for both study and play.

  • Stay on a lookout to identify your child’s saturation level. Tell them it’s okay to take a break when they feel overwhelmed by their work.

  • Teach them to organize their work beforehand so that they don’t feel overburdened later.

  • Most importantly, merely having a schedule is not enough. While creating their daily schedule, incorporate a variety of activities. For instance, if your child likes to read, create a plan where they have an hour dedicated to reading and an hour for playing sports.

Balancing academics with a variety of activities will not only yield good results but will also improve your child’s overall lifestyle.

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