my son missing most of the things

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my son hari is now studying in 1st standard, he misses most of the things like pencil, scale, eraser, books etc in school..

how can i teach him not to miss his own items.


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Hi Harismom,

This is common with most of the children.

To tackle this, you can do the following.

In the morning, while keeping the time - table and all the necessary things in the bag, you can ask him, what are the things kept in the bag. When he answers, you can note them in a paper and keep it in one of the pockets of the bag. Tell him about this.

Later, in the school, ask him to check his belongings, in the end of every period, and keep them in its place.

While coming back home, ask him to check his belongings according to your list. If something is missing, ask him to check with his friends.

This may improve his memory towards his belongings.

And, you can also encourage him, that he will be given his favorite dishes at home, if he brings his belongings safely, so that money will not be wasted in buying them again and again.

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Hi Harismom,

This is common with most of the children.

To tackle this, you can do the following.

In the morning, while keeping the time - table and all the necessary things in the bag, you can ask him, what are the things kept in the bag. When he answers, you can note them in a paper and keep it in one of the pockets of the bag. Tell him about this.

Later, in the school, ask him to check his belongings, in the end of every period, and keep them in its place.

While coming back home, ask him to check his belongings according to your list. If something is missing, ask him to check with his friends.

This may improve his memory towards his belongings.

And, you can also encourage him, that he will be given his favorite dishes at home, if he brings his belongings safely, so that money will not be wasted in buying them again and again.
Very good guidance ka...
 

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Very good guidance ka...


Thank you Sakthi.
 

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Hi Harismom,

This is common with most of the children.

To tackle this, you can do the following.

In the morning, while keeping the time - table and all the necessary things in the bag, you can ask him, what are the things kept in the bag. When he answers, you can note them in a paper and keep it in one of the pockets of the bag. Tell him about this.

Later, in the school, ask him to check his belongings, in the end of every period, and keep them in its place.

While coming back home, ask him to check his belongings according to your list. If something is missing, ask him to check with his friends.

This may improve his memory towards his belongings.

And, you can also encourage him, that he will be given his favorite dishes at home, if he brings his belongings safely, so that money will not be wasted in buying them again and again.

Nice solution Jayanthi. Hmmmm... your son is so lucky to have you as his mom.
 
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thanks for your well explained guidance jayanthy sis.
 

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Welcome Sumathi and harismom
 

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