Organization in the Home
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Tips on helping children develop their own routines
Marla Cilley, the FlyLady, is a wonderful lady and she's the "queen" of learning how to become organized. She's helped me a lot with getting my household organized. So it isn't surprising that she's written this Control Journal for Students. Helping a child learn to be organized occurs slowly, by developing good habits or routines. That way one doesn't have to think much about the tasks, it's routine. Marla often talks about taking baby steps to develop one habit, before adding another one. Developing new habits takes practice for us all.