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How To Deal With Home Schooling

With the closure of schools, most of the parents have started parenting and educating children together. Of course, teachers are teaching online and putting in their best. But without parents and children's effort, homes schooling is not effective the way it ought to. We are giving you some tips. That will help you to adjust to homeschooling. 1. Reduce your expectations to a level that justifies a worldwide pandemic. It is difficult to be a parent, a teacher, and a psychologist for your children. As these are three different jobs, you cannot do all the jobs perfectly. But the situation demands all you have to do. Believe in yourself that you are doing well. 2. It is okay if you do not get stuck to the schedule. There is no harm in making then scheduling the plan. But it's different from 8 hours of schooling. Perhaps, you want to do more in less time. If you fail to maintain schedules, reschedule your plan according to the availability of time. 3. Teach critical social-emotional

Smacking Vs. Peaceful Parenting

Smacking appears as though it is a simple method to mend children's way. It seems to work when they get a smack. Smacking is not an appreciable decision to make your child a disciplined one. Children don't find scope to develop self-confidence.  Parents often think that when they were kids they used to get hit by parents. They apply the same with their kids. The parenting style may look like effective one, but in the long run it will only spoil your relationship with kids.  Do parents need to realize that when they used to get smacked do they feel happy? certainly not. Parents choose to beat children because this is the easiest way to handle kids. Remember, this is not the only way to teach a lesson. Peaceful parenting is a much better parenting style than smacking. Here we are providing you some tips for peaceful parenting. Tips To Peaceful Parenting   1. Maintain Self-control  Never lose your control. If you lose your self-control how can you help your children to control em