Flowermonaster wrote:I also think my DS has too much things on his plate but I am not stopping him even though this is a critical year for him. He will have to learn how to cope if that's what he want to do.
The problem is my dd has absolutely no concept of time managament. Even if she knew there's homework with deadlines next day, she can continue to idle & day dream, hide in the toilet to read storybooks with no sense of urgency
It's compulsory to stay back twice to thrice a week since school can't squeeze in timetable during normal school hours. So I've to streamline for her - remove CCAs, unnecessary classes, enrichments otherwise she will never be able to complete her school homework. And I insist she goes to bed by 9:30pm
Can't cut away her day dreaming, been trying since her kindergarten days with nil success. So I learned that she cannot take on too much 'extras' since she already has an extremely time wasting daily activity which is day dreaming
How to teach time management? She kanna many times due to bad time management but never seem to learn her lessons