(Proverbs 3:23-26; 1 Corinthians 14:33,40)
The Situation: Kids wonder, “What’s going on?“ Children tend to be overwhelmed by the chaotic pace of our helter-skelter world. Constant change confuses and frustrates them. An unstructured environment that lacks a daily regimen is counterproductive. Few kids thrive on chaos.
The Solution: When the Church carries out its activities with structure and order, harmony and peace result. To develop secure, stable, and confident children, establish a consistent routine at home and in the classroom.Daniel is a glowing example of someone whose personal regimen
proved to be a great asset throughout his life (Daniel 6:10-11).
What You Can Do: Establish activity patterns for your child. Make a daily checklist that includes responsibilities such as: make bed, clean room, do homework, read Bible, feed pet, etc. Though occasional variations from the normal schedule can add excitement, kids welcome predictable patterns. They
thrive on doing things in a prescribed order.
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