Learning - Life Skills | 4-18 yrs

Tips To Help Your Child Become More Organised

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Are you constantly telling your child to clean up the mess he made? Does he often lose track of his assignments or lose his school notes?

Organisational skill is one life skill that is often overlooked but is an essential lesson to teach your child. Through this ClipBook we share some tips you can use to make your child more organised.

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