Educating Children To Be Organized - Most parents want their children to be ordained. And it can be stated that the order is necessary to achieve a full and satisfying family life.
There are children who seem to be born ordered. However, in other cases the efforts of parents seem to be frustrated. Within the values that parents should instill in their children, the order is the basis where many other important values are supported.
Creating habits in children material order
The first years of life are very important to instill order in children. Creating food habits, hygiene or studies help in the organization of the child.
Another feature of the order is that it becomes a necessity for the child, helping you to have some control over their environment and giving it stability.
Before creating a series of habits for day to day the child should take account of the objectives to be achieved should be realistic and progressive adapted to the age of the child. It should also recognize the progress closely and the child's effort, either with praise or awards.
Routines or habits Chained actions are very important for the child to relate every moment of the day with the actions to be carried out. For example, when you get home from school the child needs to know that first of all is changing clothes, then wash your hands, then help set the table and finally sit down to eat. This series of routines serve to internalize order in the way of life and the child's conduct effortless.
But the child, as a member of the family, should know that you also have responsibilities according to their age and ability. It can help parents in household chores, thus learn to work together and to collaborate at home since childhood.
Coexistence and family harmony deserve this small effort to bring order to our lives. This change may serve to help our children for the future and to find peace and tranquility needed in the family.