Simple Ways for Teaching Your Kids Time Management

August 5, 2019

Jeannette Tuionetoa

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It is pretty difficult for adults to learn how to manage their time. Once we are able to make a schedule and routine for ourselves, we realize we aren’t done yet. When we start homeschooling, we see that our children can also use some help in the area of time management.

Teaching Kids Time Management Skills

We know how important it is to get our children in a space where they can independently manage their homeschool day. It definitely doesn’t happen overnight. You can even start helping your kids with time management when they are little.

Small steps, even at a young age, can start your child off on a path to managing time to help the whole family’s homeschool day. Learn from these simple strategies for teaching kids time management skills.

This resource provides some amazing tips for time management in the following areas:

  • Time Management…In the Kitchen!
  • Time management for younger kids
  • Management for kids (and adults) with dyslexia
  • Organizing thoughts
  • Organizing personal space
  • And more

Training your child in the way he should go is our first ministry. While teaching your kiddos time management, teach them through the book of Proverbs.

Parenting with Proverbs book

Grab these simple strategies to teach kids time management from Homeschooling with Dyslexia.

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