Stop The Nagging. Create A Routine.
Stop the Nagging. Create a ROUTINE. In this episode, discover why routine is important for children of all ages and how you can create a routine for your child to be successful.
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Transcript for Stop Nagging. Create a Routine.
Welcome Impactful Parents. Today we are going to talk about how to create a routine for your school-aged child.
Hello, my name is Kristina Campos. I am the founder of the Impactful Parent. Every week I come on and answer one of your questions LIVE. If you have a question for next week, please submit it at email@example.com or by messaging me on social media. All submissions are kept anonymous.
Today’s question reads: When our kids are babies, everyone tells you how important routine is for them. What about when your child is elementary school age? Or Middle school? Does routine become less important as children get older, and what does it look like beyond the toddler years?
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Thank you for submitting this question! Today I will tell you why routine is important for your child at all developmental stages, and stick around to the end because I am giving you tips for creating a routine to be a more impactful parent. Let’s get started!
First of all, routine is incredibly important for your school-aged child because of 3 main things: Routine provides security, helps with behavior problems, and teaches growing adolescents time management skills. (Among other awesome benefits too.)
When children or adolescents have a routine, they feel more secure about their environment. There is predictability in their day, and this, in turn, makes them less anxious and reduces stress. It might sound silly, but routine creates the security that kids need to feel safe with you. You aren’t this unpredictable creature that will throw something unexpected at them that they can’t handle or that they don’t like. Routine makes kids feel safe. When you establish a routine with your child, you will also create a bond with them that a chaotic and disruptive household simply does NOT have.
Routine also alleviates many behavior problems that can arise, especially as your child gets older into their teen years and wants