The school year is well underway now, which means any sense of organization you imparted on your children or students is probably long gone by now. Desks, lockers and book bags may be filled with forgotten papers and utensils, some of which could have been important. But teaching organizational skills now can help a child become more independent as they grow older. Try these strategies if your child tends to be a bit scattered with his/her belongings…
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