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A good idea might be to draw a timetable of the day each morning for those children who like more structure. For those parents who are still working, you may just want to do a little activity when you can.

The most important daily activity is reading. Please get your child looking at books, talking about the story, the characters, using their imagination and creating their own stories.  Make sure you are reading to your child every day where possible and them read to you! If you’re struggling with your child’s behaviour/motivation, make your daily timetable a reward chart, and if they complete every task, they get a reward at the end of the day. Make sure you’re having breaks throughout the day, with walks, games and fun! Get your child in the garden/on walks as much as possible to keep them healthy. This is also a good time to involve your children in chores – good luck!

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