School can put pressure on children and parents. As a parent, you may worry about things like your child’s academic performance, health and relationships with other students and teachers. And while you can’t keep an eye on your child at school, you can encourage healthy habits starting at a young age. Of course, the script is flipped on many of these things in the era of remote learning. As such, these tips from Johns Hopkins may be more helpful than ever for both student and parent. They boil down to a Focus on Nutrition, Being Aware of Age-Specific Concerns, Making Sleep a Priority, and Establishing Partnerships in Health and Education.
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