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November 2012
Scholastic Parent & Child;Nov2012, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p33
The article provides strategies to make children learn how to manage new responsibilities with less stress. Parents are suggested to put their children in charge of setting an alarm clock at and night. They are advised to let their children make their own list of things to do in order. They are also recommended to help their children learn how to order projects from the highest priority to the lowest.


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