Not everyone is a ‘neat freak’ or organised and that is not necessarily bad. However, being disorganised definitely has some downsides. Children who are weak in organising their space tend to struggle with handling information in an effective and logical way. They often face difficulty in setting priorities, drawing up goals and working systematically towards them.
At school, being organised is one of the key factors that ensure the child has a successful, academic year. It is often noticed that children with superior organising skills often perform better in assignments, get more done and have more free time to pursue new hobbies. On the other hand, not being well-organised can result in lower grades, increased frustration and even lower self-esteem.
Staying organised can ensure that your child is on the path to success this academic year. Here are some ways in which you and your child can begin that journey together.
Assign a designated study space
Assign a space within your home that is well – lit, uncluttered and free of distraction as the designate