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Updated 18 September 2015

Breaking holiday habits

Holidays are times when we give kids a break.

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The downside is that it can become a battle to get them back into their normal routine when the new term starts.


Take action:

- Start getting your kids in bed at their usual bedtime a few days before the term starts

- Revert to their usual pre-bedtime activies such as supper time, bathtime, teeth brushing and a bedtime story

- Encourage your child to get their clothes ready a few days before the term starts and to clean and pack their school bags

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