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7 Ways to Bond with Your Kids during The School Year

7 Ways to Bond with Your Kids during The School Year
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School days are busy days, filled with activities, homework, chores, and the general chaos of daily life. During the rushed weekdays, it can be challenging to find quality one-on-one time to bond with your kids.

But bonding with your children is so important for their development and your relationship. Spending intentional time together can strengthen your connection, allow you to better understand your kids’ lives, boost their wellbeing, and create cherished memories together.

7 fun ways to strengthen your connection during the school year:

Here are 7 fun ways to strengthen your connection during the school year:

  1. Have breakfast together. Start the day with a homemade breakfast together before the rush begins. Sit down, chat, and enjoy some pancakes or a full English breakfast. This simple routine can become a cherished tradition.
  2. Do an after-school activity together. When the kids get home from school, suggest doing an activity together like going to the park, cooking a meal, gardening, or doing an art project. Put away distractions and focus on each other.
  3. Have a movie night. Curl up on the sofa with some popcorn and watch a family movie or favourite TV show together. Laugh, cry and bond over the experience.
  4. Play board games. Pull out some classic board games or cards and play together. Put on some music, serve snacks, keep the mood light and have fun. Interactive games are a great way to strengthen your connection through play.
  5. Do an escape room. For some challenging fun, visit an escape room. Work together to solve puzzles and mysteries to escape from a themed room. Escape rooms require teamwork, communication and bonding to achieve the goal.
  6. Read together. Find a book you’ll both enjoy and take turns reading chapters aloud to each other. Discuss the plot and characters to deepen your shared experience of the story.
  7. Have one-on-one time. Make the time to do an activity alone with each child separately. Grab coffee, go for a walk together, play a game or just chat. Your kids will appreciate the special alone time with you.

Making the time for regular bonding with your kids will help ensure you stay close as a family and build memories together, even during busy school days. Try out some of these activities and make the most of the moments you do have together.

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