The New Coronary Pneumonia (COVID-19) epidemic broke out from the end of January, and children have been suspended since then. In order to keep their children at home, many parents have set a schedule for them so that they will not be too lazy even if they do not have to go to school. It has been 3 months since the suspension of classes. Has the two mothers changed their child's schedule? Can the child follow the schedule set by his mother?
The mother of the pathology specialist Xu Yan (Melody) has an 8-year-old girl and a 6-year-old daughter. She also has a set of "time management techniques". Her work and family life are balanced. She also takes care of column writing and sharing time management Experience. The daughters ’time allocation during the suspension was unexpectedly not very rigorous.
"When the epidemic broke out in late January, I had the most optimistic expectation to resume classes in May. At that time, I was preparing to face my daughters at home for a long-term battle." Melody said. However, since the eldest daughter was in the second grade, K3's younger daughter had been admitted to primary school last year. She admitted that the suspension of classes did not affect the child's further education. The two young men are still young, and their homework is still relatively simple. Even if she does not go to school, she believes that her parents can teach it. Therefore, she believes that the impact of the suspension is not too great.
She admitted that the time set for her daughter at the beginning was quite rigorous. Each session was calculated as 1 hour. She got up for breakfast at 8 a.m., did her homework at 9 a.m., had lunch at 12 a.m., and had afternoon tea and rest time. Dinner and sleep are also planned very carefully. "Compared to weekdays, it's 6am to get up at school. Now they can all sleep for 10 hours. And we have reduced the amount of going out. My dad and I also canceled the entertainment. It is not difficult to follow the rules of work and rest."
Melody said frankly that after the epidemic has fatigue for a long time, you can relax slowly when you set the time at the beginning; if it is already too loose at the beginning, it is more difficult to tighten it, making it harder for the child to adapt. "You asked them if they would secretly watch the computer for a while, and the rest would be extended for a while. In fact, they can only open their eyes and close their eyes."
Melody revealed that her daughters and daughters have different personalities. Older girls do things more slowly. Sometimes they do homework and publish day books, or go to read books, much like when she was a child; The type of homework before playing. "The eldest girl has gradually grown up. Every reminder will make her feel very bored. Now I will remind you a little bit." She also said that the current schedule only has three bottom lines: getting up on time, eating and sleeping. "In short, they finish their homework before eating, and they can do it while playing, and they will not be strictly controlled."
Annie, who has three children, did not choose to attend school before the outbreak, and she believes that during the suspension period, the learning schedule can be more relaxed than before, and there is no need to rush to follow the course. For example, children from 3 to 6 years old are actually in the stage of learning things around them. On weekdays, they may be eager to go to class or participate in activities. The bed preparation and breakfast cooking are all done by the mother. The space allows children to choose their own breakfast and participate in the production. Finally, they can help clean up and wash the dishes.
"Not only can the children experience it, but it can also kill some time. This process may take 2 hours." Thus, the children can also experience life and develop the ability to take care of themselves, self-discipline, and independent learning.
And Annie did not set a timetable for her three children. "Leaving a blank" is very important. She thinks that children will become dependent on the timetable set by their parents. When there is no timetable, they will become lazy or they may not understand Allocate and use time effectively. "In fact, children's time cost is very low. Even if it is hea or wasted, it is also an adjustment in life."
She believes that parents can set morning and afternoon tasks for children who have already attended elementary school, but they do not need to set too many frames every hour. "If they linger in the morning, they will find that the morning things can't be done, so they can adjust their pace." She also pointed out that if the timetable is set too rigorously and too carefully, once relaxed, children will easily "bounce "I want to finish things that I can't do on weekdays at once, and those things are usually" waste of time in the eyes of adults. "