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Important Tips To Help Kids Adjust To The Move

Thursday, September 19, 2019   /   by Jeremy Feldman

Important Tips To Help Kids Adjust To The Move

Important Tips To Help Kids Adjust To The MoveMoving takes a certain amount of adjustment. Kids of all ages may need a little help getting used to the new environment. Help kids adjust to the move by keeping the following in mind. 

Kids Are Resilient
Don't overly worry about how your kids will adjust to the move. Kids are resilient. They tend to acclimate to new situations fairly quickly. It may even be that your kids get used to the move before you do!

Make Friends With Other Parents
You could facilitate your kids' making new friends by making friends with parents of kids the same age as your child. To do this, attend any school functions and meetings that come up. Make a point of seeking out other parents and perhaps inviting them and their kids over to your house for lunch.

Add Bonuses To The Move
Help get your kids excited about the move by adding some bonuses they didn't have before. Has your daughter always wanted to take ballerina lessons? Has your son always wanted to try horseback riding? Consider paying for some local lessons in your new area. This will incentivize your child and help them see how moving is a beginning, not an end.

Cut Them Some Slack
In the beginning, your child's grades may slip at their new school. Be patient and allow them this period of adjustment until they get used to the new routines. Your child may also undergo some mood changes after the move. Let them know that you're ready to listen whenever they want to talk about what they're feeling about the move.

Help Them Fit In
Fitting in is very important for most kids. At their new school, kids will likely be into different things than at your child's previous school. Even the trendy fashion may be different. Do what you can to help your child fit in with a few new outfits or a different style of shoes. Although you know how little material things matter in life, these things can make a huge difference in how comfortable your child feels as school.

Let Them Help
One reason kids feel afraid about moving is the lack of control. When you let kids help with the move, they regain some control. Let kids help with choosing new furnishings, packing belongings or other small tasks.

It's likely that one reason you're moving is for better opportunities for you and your children. Once your kids adjust to the move, you'll be able to see for yourself how they are thriving in the new environment. 

If you are in the market for a new home or interested in listing your current property, be sure to contact your trusted real estate professional.

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