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Getting Your Kids Back into the School Groove after Spring Break

March 28th, 2017     By Boys Town Contributor

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​​When you’re a kid, you live for school holidays. After all, there’s nothing like a few weeks — or months — of staying up late, sleeping in and hanging out with friends. The trouble is, as with all good things, spring break eventually come to an end, and you have to go back to school.

As a parent, when an extended break ends, you need to help your children get back into the swing of things. Young ones accustomed to sleeping until noon now need to get up early and get ready for school. How can you accomplish this seemingly impossible task?

The key is to establish a routine and stick to it. Watch the video below for tips to try in your household. Your kids will be back into the school year groove in no time.

 

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