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Back To School: How To Raise Your Kid’s School Performance?

How to raise your kid's school performance with an effective parental app

Back to school soon! This time is a little bit stressful at the beginning because a kid has to reorganize their day time and their body has to refocus from fun to work. We’ll talk about how to make this switch as smooth as possible and, in the meantime, increase your kid’s school performance.

So in this post, you’ll get to know:

  • Key elements of high school performance
  • Why it is so hard for a kid to raise school performance
  • Tips to raise school performance

You cannot require what body and psyche refuse to give

Your kid’s body has its peculiarities at this age. That’s why it is highly important to learn what they are and how to handle them. This concerns a body as well as a psyche.

You cannot expect them to clean a bathroom at the age of 5 if the reasonable activity at this age is brushing teeth and picking clothes on their own. In other words, you should raise your own awareness about every single period of your kid’s growing up.

So here are 4 key elements of high school performance.

1. Sleep

School-age children should sleep 10-11 hours of sleep a night. So pay attention: your kid shouldn’t be overload with homework, home routines, sports activities in a way that they cannot sleep at night.

One of the reasons why kids are hyperactive is a device addiction. Please, read how to handle a device (Smartphone, iPad, tablet) addiction of your kid. You can manage their device usage with parental apps which literally limit or block devices releasing time for sleep or other important things. You can manage YouTube watch and sites surfing simply by putting URL to a constraint list.

(What’s the best parental control app for iPhone of Android? Please, ask our experts!)

It’s a proven fact that people cannot sleep of devices are next to them. So your kid is going to bed, make sure their devices are going to be quite far from their bed.

2. Balance between work and rest.

Again, you have to know the volume of work allowable for your kid. Then you should alter it with rest. If the weather allows, go play in the open air, do outdoor activities, etc. Kids need fresh air.

Pay attention that your kid doesn’t procrastinate with school projects. If so, it would be hard to catch up with, and it will be at the expense of sleep or rest, for sure.

3. Family temperature.

If you and your partner have family issues, do not sort them out openly. The conditions a kid is growing in are very important. Family temperature matters. Get over it. If you don’t want your kid to get depressed and sad, avoid fighting in front of them. Otherwise, you’re going to have an irritated kid who feels guilty for everything that’s going on between parents.

Parents fighting impacts on kids' productivity

4. Psych peculiarities.

You may not know that your kid is bullied or cyberbullied. You may know that they struggle. That’s why you need to (sort of) observe your kid. They may avoid sincere talk and open up. This is where parental apps come in handy. You follow your kid’s life on social media and anywhere and make sure everything is ok.

(Please, read our testimonials on the best parental control app for iPhone and Android)

Why is it hard for your kid to raise school performance?

The power of habit

A bad school performance is a result of bad habits: overeating at night, going late to bed, being exacted because of playing too much in the backyard, etc. As a responsible parent you need to:

  • Identify “hurting” habits
  • Identify triggers (for example, if a kid wants to have fun, they immediately rush into their room to grab a device. Instead, offer him skating)
  • Break old activity patterns by inserting  new ones step by step

Mental pattern

Mental pattern means your kid has a stable understanding of how things happen. And they are ok with that. It’s sort of giving in. Our brain is designed to protect us from risk, dangers, etc. So if the kid’s brain finds activities which are stable and comfortable, it will resist new, uncomfortable things which even may bring about good results, such as higher school performance.

Please, read the “5 second rule” to know how to deal with it.

Class label

Your kid lives in the society which sticks labels on people. Unfortunately, kids do the same. So they say: “This girl is smart. This one is beautiful. That boy is silly”. You cannot control all those things naturally. But you can anticipate and cultivate the right reaction to that. So this requires communication between parents and a kid.

Tips to raise school performance

  1. Start reorganizing your kid’s day time 2 weeks before school starts.

See, a kid got used to wake up late and have a day full of games, unpredictable go outs, etc. They felt relaxed. No deadlines, no orders – nothing, except home routines. So a good way to start moving your kid toward discipline is doing early morning jogging, swimming, or some other useful activities.

  1. Create a learning platform.

Encourage your kid to ask questions. Encourage them to think. Don’t give direct answers but inspire to get the answer on their own.

If you have no idea how to turn your communication into a learning process, ask a teacher or an education science expert. Teachers are armed with useful tricks to make the learning process not just educational, but funny.

  1. Read, read, read.

Reading still matters. Reading develops visualization and inner dialogue. It would be great if afterward, you discuss a book with your kid. At some age, parents are authorities for a kid, so by discussing stories, characters you may raise a well-natured person.

Shared reading increases kids' school productivity

  1. Make sure they are safe in their daily life

Why it is so important?

You must know that lunch boxes may contain plastics which is phthalate. Chemicals influence kids’ productivity causing faint, headache, etc.

Also, school-age kids suffer from scoliosis. Scoliosis, in its turn, influences the spinal cord which impacts on the brain cord. Here’s how it happens.

The brain has a dual connection to the spinal cord, and this connection is carried out by the stem part and cortical, both in the descending direction and ascending. Therefore, with the help of the ascending pathways, impulses are transmitted to the brain, and the efferent neurons of the spinal cord, the commands from the brain regions, are transmitted along the descending nerve endings.

So if you want to raise your kid’s school productivity, pay attention to their school bags and the weight distribution as well as the position at a desk and in front of the computer.

  1. Make sure your kid is safe online

It’s not a secret that electronic devices serve as a huge distraction for kids. That’s why kids need sort of regulation in terms of time spent on devices as well as content which nurtures your kid’s brain.

As a responsible parent, you can always monitor how much time is spent on devices, particular apps, social media, etc. Why do you need this?

You need to get insights about your own child. It happens kids are different with parents and friends. It’s ok. We used to be the same. And sometimes monitoring kid’s interaction with others might be helpful. Besides, relationships with people may become unhealthy and you can step in in time.

So if you think the risk of mobile or tablet addition is coming, limit or block the most visited sites or the most used apps.

Also, your kid’s productivity might be crushed literally by bullying at school or cyberbullying. Usually, a kid being bullied at school is bullied online by the same person. You may read posts and comments on social media, read online chatting, Facebook messaging, etc.

One of the reasons why your kid is sad and cannot study is because somebody hurts them. So as a parent, you need to intervene.

Geofencing and tracking GPS location might be also helpful if a kid is used to wandering after school. You can set boundaries on a virtual map and watch your kid stick to them. It doesn’t mean they are in a virtual concentration camp. It means you’re simply aware where they are: coming from school, heading to training or fooling around.

GPS location can help you track your kid’s current location. They might go elsewhere without letting you know. What would you do if they are lost elsewhere in the city after some of the classmates suggesting to go to a park?

A simple correction of the day time may significantly raise your kid’s school performance.

  1. Help with school subjects.

Be a tech-savvy parent! Look through different educational apps and offer some of them to your kid. Play together! There are multiple great apps which are focused on developing mathematical basis.

You may find apps designed for history, geography, drawing, etc. Do a research to find apps which will contribute to your kid’s intellectual development.

Being a good parent is a hard job. But it’s worth it, of course. Fortunately, parents do have all those digital assistants, apps, which help them exercise an effective parenthood. One of them is obviously a parental control app mSpy.

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