Summer vacations are the best time to bond with your children. The morning hours switch to fun from the fire-fighting mode and evenings can be more sporty and cheerful sans the regular homework routine. While you are enjoying to the fullest, here are 6 things you must teach to your children during the everyday chit-chat and outings:
1. Reduce Choices
Reducing your choices brings more clarity in life. Guide your children to quickly narrow down on the available choices and be able to make prudent decisions.
2. Follow a Routine
You can either spoil your children during holidays by letting them toil the whole day in their sleep suits, or set a routine to wake up, take bath, get neatly dressed and so on. Nothing in the world looks more serene than your child’s fresh and clean look.
3. Get Organized
Teach your children the art of living an organized life. They have ample time to eliminate obsolete and unusable stuff during their vacations. Give them big cartons to shun all that’s not required. Let them fall in love with minimalism and get organized.
4. Pursue Interest
Ask your children to do that one task religiously every day that they just love to do. It could be painting, dancing, singing, playing football, skating, making a robot, and so on. Just help them to pursue their hobbies/talent/interests and build on their skills.
Let your children reconnect with nature. Get planters if you already don’t have some, and let them spend time each morning nurturing and watering plants.
6. Value Relationships
Take your children at their grandparents’ homes to reconnect with them. The love children get from their grandparents is indispensable, let them value the power of personal relationships, spread cheers and embed memories they’ll cherish for life.