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When it comes to organization, some of us are certainly better prepared than others. When it comes to children and organization, it may seem like an uphill battle. However, getting your child organized is not impossible and today The Tutoring Center in Orlando would like to help you do just that by providing you with four organization tips. It doesn’t matter what time of year it is, it’s never too late to begin the challenge of staying organized. 

Begin by designating a work space for your child, if you haven’t done so already. It will be helpful for your child in his or her goal to become organized if you have a specific place for him or her to sit each day and complete homework and study time. You should find a place you don’t mind your child taking over, if possible. Near this area there should also be a nook of some kind where your child is able to place all necessarily school related items for use during study time and to bring to school the following day. 

Regularly assist your child in clearing the clutter in his or her locker, backpack, and study space. After you’ve helped your child go through this process a few times, removing and throwing away papers that are no longer needed, storing those which will be used again in folders, and removing unnecessary items, he or she will eventually get the hang of taking care of this on his or her own. 

Next, establish a time for your child to do his or her homework. If you’ve got an older child, you may also need to work around the schedule your child has, if he or she is managing a job in high school. You may not want your child to do homework right when he or she arrives home from school if you aren’t there to help. If that is the case, set their homework schedule to when you get home. Remember to leave time for extracurricular activities that take place during the week. 

Finally, post reminders throughout your home to help your child remember important tasks that need to be completed or items that need to be brought to school. Idealy, after a few of these reminders your child will begin remembering these details on his or her own. You can consider posting the reminders in an area you know your child will see. A few places to consider are the bathroom mirror and the refrigerator door. 

Though helping organize a particularly disorganized child may very well show some improvement in grades, there is still the possibility that your child will need some extra assistance in a particular subject area. If that is the case, remember that The Tutoring Center is here to assist your child to reach the greatest academic success possible. For tutoring in Orlando, be sure to contact us at (407) 286-2389.


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