Helping Your Kid Prove To Herself That She Can Handle It
Stay Busy With Activities You Love
It's helpful to keep up with the child's interests in the new town. Participating in things will provide opportunities to meet friends with shared interests. Look for teams, clubs, and event centered around a child's interests. For example, if your child enjoys fishing, attend a local fishing derby, or take some boating classes. If your child used to take karate lessons, sign up for karate in your new town. Continuing to be active and social will help take your child's mind off of his fears about being new in town, and make it easier to make new friends.
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12/16/2022 07:01:49 pm
My husband and I want to find the perfect school for our young daughter in the next few months. I appreciate your suggestion to tour the school before your child starts there so they can be confident in the layout. Once we find a reputable school for our daughter, we'll be sure to tour it to help her feel more comfortable in that environment.
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