Family Trends: Why Carpooling Is Cool

December 28, 2017 @ 2:19 pm

Students in public or private schools normally keep all school supplies in their book bags or their lockers at school. For home school children, the locker and book bag are known as home. However, there needs to be distinct differences between the home and school environment.

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OTalk to your child about school. Share your school experiences with your child so he can have an idea about school activities and subjects. If your child is still hesitant to go to school, tell him that he can make new friends in school whom he can play and share stories with.

Why couldn’t that work for you? Imagine this, Johnny or Jane has to go to school. You wake them up, feed them, and then they calmly step into the transporter. You hand them their lunch, blow them a kiss, and with a big smile on your face, you push the button. Your child turns into a million little energy pieces before your eyes and then disappears. They are off to school, and you are on your way to a relaxing cup of coffee and a leisurely reading of the paper before you start your day. No yelling at kids to hurry up– No racing out to the car half-dressed, a piece of dry toast hanging from your mouth.

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Role-play scenarios with your children where sticky, uncomfortable situations may arise and train them to rise above them. Ask questions such as: “What would you say if your best friend offered you a cigarette?” “What would you say if a member of your circle of friends said you were un-cool?” Remember, role playing is an integral part in helping your child to avoid smoking. These types of rehearsals can mentally prepare your child for real-life situations.

Plan and combine trips. Obviously, the less you drive, the more you’ll save on gas. So plan trips in advance to reduce unnecessary stops and drive a shorter distance. Carpool where you can, not just for work but any time you can buddy-up for a trip.