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Establish a routine

One of the most important coping mechanisms you can practice with your child during the lockdown is the establishment of a routine. Having them stick to a routine may help ease their anxieties.

Since your children aren’t attending school anymore, they might make it a habit to wake up at a random time within the day. Though resist the idea at first, waking them up at a scheduled time where they’ve had ample rest is a good way to start a routine. After, eat breakfast with them and then assign them simple chores like washing dishes or organizing their bedrooms.


Engage them in exercise

The lockdown may also be another opportunity for you to encourage your child to have exercise sessions with the rest of the family. If your child is at an age where they have to move about to feel sane, exercise is a great way to help them keep in shape and be more productive during this time.

You don’t have to own a treadmill or any other kind of exercise machine just to help your child become more active. The internet is abundant with resources and simple exercise videos that may not only keep your heart rate up but might also be an enjoyable bonding experience for the family.

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