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So if your teen is late for school every morning, intervene. Help him learn how to take on more responsibility for his behavior. Nagging him, waking him up repeatedly, and pushing him out the door will only increase his dependence on you, however.

So it’s. The older children get, the less likely they are to leap out of bed on their own at a reasonable hour. While a teen should become more independent, sometimes getting out of bed in time to get to school on time becomes a bigger problem as a child grows older.Teaching your teen to get himself up and out of bed on time, even when he’s tired, is an important life skill. Part of becoming a.

If she’s late for school, she’ll have to go to the office and get a pink slip, and maybe even go to detention. That’s not life-threatening, and she’ll learn something from the experience.” This was exactly the approach Marsh took with Ashley. “I let her be late, and I let her deal with the consequences.”. Implement a routine as it pertains to your child’s sleep patterns, as well as a morning routine. Teens need 8 to 10 hours of sleep each night and failing to get that can lead to academic issues. A morning routine can also help start your teen’s day off properly so she’s not feeling rushed or stressed and can better focus once the bell rings.

Benefits of delayed school start times include: 2. More sleep: Teens may be more likely to get the recommended amount of sleep. Better sleep: Delayed start time could help teens sleep during their natural sleep/wake cycles. Less caffeine: Teens may be less likely to. While they may each have ample time to allow for a three-minute detour, four such detours is a 12-minute delay.

The school clock is rigid. If you’ve promised to meet a friend for breakfast at 8. Q: Our 13-year-old is chronically late to school.Almost every day, it’s at least a few minutes, but today it was 2 1 /2 hours. Her dad takes a laissez-faire approach, just giving her time and.

Don’t excuse their lateness: If your child is tardy or misses school because he or she is not taking the responsibility to get ready and get there on time, don’t give them an excused absence. Don’t write them a note. Tell the school what happened and let your child pay the consequences for their lateness. Use an alarm clock from an early age. Put an alarm clock in your child’s room from an early age.

Let them be late for school if they don’t get up in time. When I started leaving the house early a couple mornings a week, they figured out that if they didn’t get themselves up, nobody would, and they’d be late. Play some loud rock and roll to help your son get out of his sleepy state.

Offer him a protein shake or a few bites of breakfast to help give him a jump start. Some kids need nourishment to help them get moving in the morning when they haven’t eaten since the evening before.

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To prepare (or problem-solve), she arranges for alternative child care and sets her alarm to go off an hour early to allow for extra time in the morning.

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If she isn’t sleeping well because of pain, waking her early may seem wrong, but giving her an extra 15 minutes or half hour to get ready for school may reduce some stress if she’s always worried about being late.

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Give her an ‘adult’ role at the start of the day to ensure that she has a target the moment she arrives at school.

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After eating a late dinner, she would at times do schoolwork until almost 11 pm and then go to bed, only to be awakened at 6:15 am, with only forty-five minutes to get ready for school, and start the cycle over again.

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Buy her an alarm clock or set that alarm feature on her cell phone.

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If the teen wakes up on time but meanders through his routines and is late as a result, you can ask him for possible solutions to the problem once you have some data, such as the number of times the school has reported the child tardy.

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Instead of going to school No often stayed with her to help her get up, open the curtains and make the meals.

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You know that she’ll be a zombie in school the next morning if she goes to bed too late, and, although she may disagree, it’s more important for her to be attentive in school than to stay out late with her friends.

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Over time, she will reduce and eventually eliminate the time spent in the morning reviewing the schedule together.

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If she stays up late to do homework or text-message her friends, give her an evening carbohydrate snack as well.

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  • I watch this vid for fun because it takes 0.09 seconds to make breakfast, I don’t curl my hair or wear makeup, and i ser out my outfit and make lunch the night before lol. Love ur channel tho Ella

  • One time I was wearing really comfy pjs and I forgot to change so I finished my morning routine and left with pjs it was soo embarrassing ������

  • Also here’s another thing if you ever forget to do your hair the night before if you can put your hair in a high ponytail THEN you can curl your hair.then take your hair out of the ponytail and you have curly hair

  • No wengie you do not love everybody in your family what about buttercupcakey and here fans like my sis is my enemy as she is buttercupcakey fan