As your child begins a new class, the fear of making new friends, having new teachers and facing relatively unknown surroundings sets in. Our expert tells you how you can help your child.
By Arundhati Swamy
The summer holidays have ended and it's back to school once again. Your child is a year older and you are excited about the transition. Vacation now gives way to hectic back-to-school routine driven by multiple schedules. It feels like there are a million things to coordinate before you gradually settle into a lulled routine. Last month, we looked at how you can use the summer vacation in phases to plan for the back-to-school month. We’re sure you used our tips to set the house in order. Now, it’s time to work on the emotional aspects of that ‘change’.
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