How to help your child overcome boredom during lockdown - BelievePerform - The UK's leading Sports Psychology Website

How to help your child overcome boredom during lockdown

With this infographic the team at BelievePerform look at the steps parents, teachers and coaches can take to help keep their child entertained and content during lockdown.

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  1. Draw up a weekly plan and encourage your child to enter activities into their week. This can be done by day or week by week.
  2. Encourage your child to identify a list of activities that they can do which will promote physical health habits
  3. Make sure your child schedules activities into their schedule which provide them with a sense of relaxation and calm. These can be their selfcare activities.
  4. Encourage your child to organise play dates with their friends or family members using a range of technology.
  5. Encourage your child to stay connected to friends via text, email, messenger or other online apps.
  6. Identify a list of routine and necessary activities that you can schedule into your child’s day each week.
  7. Support your child to begin a long term project that they can do each day.
  8. Involve your child in helping with daily tasks such as cooking or cleaning.
  9. Identify a list of pleasurable activities your child would like to do and schedule them in on a regular basis.
  10. Work with your child to identify their top 5 strengths and think about how they can use them each week.

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