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As a parent, one of my pets was finding my son’s wooden school table in a state of chaos. Books are not stacked properly, writing materials are scattered all over the room, and there is too much garbage everywhere. Often I need a significant effort to persuade my child before he puts his things on a regular basis. Fortunately, I managed to turn things around and turn Oscar Grouch into a tidy and responsible boy. I no longer have to tell my 12-year-old son to clean his room, or tidy his desk. Actually, I can not remember the last time I saw rubbish scattered somewhere in his room.
So how do I do it?
To be honest, I had to do a lot of reading all the resources I could get in order to stop my problems. I spent some time browsing through articles on the internet, and asked for suggestions from some of my friends who shared the same issue. Fortunately, I gathered good materials and found unreasonable advice on how to teach my son to set up a wood school table.
Here are some organizing tips for the wooden writing desk I learned from my research, and I want to share it with you.
Categorization is the process of grouping items that have similar or similar characteristics. This is actually a simple process, but to be effective you need to teach your child how to do it right. When teaching your child how to categorize, do not dictate what to do with what. Instead, give him time to think for himself in order to work independently. In addition, your child needs a wood school table, so he has to know how to organize items based on his needs.
How do you teach categorize? Here are the steps:
A. Ask your child which items have the same or similar functionality. If you want to play the game so you can make this move fun, do not hesitate to do it. Just remember that the goal is to create a group.
b. Review the category by asking your child whether the category is going according to his or her needs. For example, construction paper may not be grouped together with printed paper. It can join art equipment.
c. Create creative and encouraging labels for categories like the “I like draw” category to draw supplies.
d. Prepare a storage box for this category, then place the items according to the group. Make sure this storage box is beside a wood school table for easy access.
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For your category, provide your child enough storage boxes, especially if the wood desk drawer is not enough; and if you’re worried about spending a lot, know that you can create your own storage, organizer, and storage. For example, you can reuse empty cans and turn them into a pencil holder, or you can decorate the cracker box and turn it into a storage box.
2. Recycle and reuse
One of the goals of organizing is waste reduction. To do this, you can choose to teach your child to throw his garbage directly into the trash (which should be beside a wood school table for easy access), or teach him to reuse and recycle. For example, you can remind your child to reuse used paper for scratches. Or you can teach him how to change the empty jugs into something useful.
Here are some common household items that can be recycled and reused to be part of your child’s school supplies.
<> empty container
<> plastic bottles
3. Set Goals
Organizing is also about setting goals and reaching them at the right time. Here are the steps in teaching your child how to set goals correctly. But first, you need the following materials.
A. Have your child make a list of things to do and place the list in a prominent place (like a pin board or anywhere beside a wooden school table). In other words, have your child write down his goals, and let him be reminded of this goal. From vacuuming the floor to arranging his things on the wooden school table, let him record everything that needs to be done.
b. Have your child set his own time limit. Let him work at his own pace, and do not pressure him. For this, give him a calendar that should be placed somewhere next to the wood school table.
c. Monitor your child’s progress. Make sure that he finishes the job on or before the time or date he says will do it.
Do not expect to see amazing results. Sometimes it takes time, so do not give up. Take those steps over and over again until your child does it right. In time, your child will set up his own wooden school table.
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