When I arrived at school, I realized that I didn’t bring my homework and my water bottle was left at home. During the exam, I didn’t finish a page of questions. It wasn’t because I didn’t know how to do it, but because I forgot that there were questions on the back of the test paper. The study supplies that the teacher asked me to bring the day before were not available the next day. It was only in class that I remembered that I was not prepared… Children are always missing things and forgetting things, causing parents a headache. What should parents do if their child is misplaced? \”One book\” refers to a record book. It is a common problem for primary school students in lower grades to lose things. There are generally two reasons: one is that students did not listen carefully and memorize the teacher\’s instructions carefully in class, and could not remember the teacher\’s words after returning home from school, so they would be embarrassed when they went to school the next day. Another situation is that students use their heads to remember things but don’t write them down on paper. They may bring the wrong things or forget to bring them to school the next day. As the saying goes: \”A good mind is worse than a bad pen.\” In order to prevent children from forgetting things, parents can prepare a record book for their children, so that the children can remember everything the teacher asks them to bring and hand in at school, and gradually cultivate the good habit of careful recording in their children. \”A bag\” means a document bag. In order to prevent children from randomly looking for homework, parents can prepare a document bag for their children and tell them to put the homework they finish every day in a fixed document bag and take the document bag with them to school the next day. , when handing in homework, take out the homework of each subject stored in the folder and hand it in. This not only saves time, but also helps children develop good habits. In addition to \”one book, one bag\”, Teacher Liu also proposed two good ways for parents to help their children correct their habit of losing things. Parents must learn to be \”cruel\” and let their children \”pay for\” their mistakes. For children who forget to bring stationery to school, parents sometimes have to have the heart to let their children accept punishment, take responsibility and pay the price for their mistakes. Sometimes, when a child forgets to bring his homework or textbook, he will say to the teacher: \”Oops! I\’m sorry, teacher, I left my homework at home. Can you lend me your mobile phone? I\’ll call my mother right away and ask my mother to send the homework to school.\” No. Under special circumstances, teachers should try not to lend their mobile phones to students, and parents should adhere to the principle of being \”lazy\” or \”relentless\” in not giving homework to their children. Why do you do that? Because if parents give homework to their children, the fault that should have been borne by the children will be borne by the parents. Children will take it for granted: \”Anyway, I didn\’t bring my homework. The teacher will lend me my mobile phone and I can call my dad or mom to bring it to me. It doesn\’t matter if I forget to bring my homework.\” Such children will never have a sense of responsibility. Enhance. The consequence of parents not giving homework to their children is that the children will be criticized by the teachers. Children will have this understanding: \”If I forget to bring my homework, I will be criticized. Next time I will have to remember and don\’t forget to bring my homework.\” Letting children be punished for their mistakes can enhance their sense of responsibility and effectively Address your child\’s neglectful behavior. Parents should learn to \”let go\”, guide their children to do things independently, and teach them the steps and methods of doing things. There are generally two reasons for children to be careless in doing things: first, the children have no method or clue to do things, and they often scratch their beards and eyebrows, often doing things with half the effort; After the child finished doing the work, the parents did not give the child timelyIf children\’s correct actions are not reinforced and mistakes are not corrected, they will inevitably make the same mistakes again. Children need to grow, and parents must not deprive their children of their rights and opportunities to do things, but should give their children opportunities to exercise and grow. Parents should reduce the need for arranging tasks and encourage children to do their own things, such as packing school bags, tidying up the room, etc., so that children can reduce their dependence on parents. In addition, parents should also teach their children the steps and methods of doing things, so that they can do things in a logical, orderly and orderly manner. For example, organize your school bag. Many students in the lower grades of primary schools have the task of packing their schoolbags done by their parents. Parents pack their children\’s schoolbags on their behalf. When the children open their schoolbags at school the next day, they don\’t know where the textbooks and homework are placed in the schoolbags, and they will search for them randomly, which is time-consuming and labor-intensive. There are several steps to cultivate the habit of packing school bags among primary school students: Step 1: Parents should communicate with their children, let them see clearly how many layers and pockets the school bag has, and tell them that books and homework should be placed in the school bag according to their size. in a suitable position. Step 2: Parents demonstrate to their children and let them practice a few times until they master it. Some parents will ask: \”Every day\’s class schedule is different, and the books and homework to be handed in every day are also different. What should I do?\” Don\’t worry! Step 3: Parents should teach their children how to organize their schoolbags after reading the curriculum. After the child knows how to place textbooks in the school bag, let the child put the homework into the bag every night before going to bed, and then put the books to be brought into the corresponding position in the bag according to the size according to the class schedule. In addition, children can also put red scarves, skipping ropes, shuttlecocks and other items into the fixed pockets of their schoolbags for easy search. Step 4: Parents allow their children to practice the above methods for one to two weeks, with occasional spot checks to help their children develop good habits. At the same time, parents should evaluate their children\’s behavior in a timely manner. For example, parents can say that your mother just taught you how to do things, and it is very good that you can follow the steps. There is a place where you did not follow the steps, which step was missed… In this way, the child will know whether he did everything as required in the process of doing things, whether he did it perfectly, or where. Easy to miss etc. Evaluation can deepen the impression of children and encourage them to do things better on their own. Without timely evaluation from parents, children will not know whether they are doing well or not, and they will not care whether they are doing well or not. This is not conducive to children developing good habits. The task of packing school bags should be completed the night before, and an inventory should be carried out before going out the next day; daily items should be placed in categories and not disorganized; after reading books and playing with toys, they should be put back to their original places and should not be left alone… something like this Children\’s living habits should be cultivated from an early age, so as to effectively avoid children\’s neglectful behavior. Parents should also lead by example, create an orderly family living environment, and maintain it together with their children.