Break tasks into chunks: Help the child break school projects or household routines into smaller and more manageable steps. That will show the child that each project has a beginning, middle, and end, which can make projects feel less overwhelming.
Make checklists and to-do lists: Once the child knows all the steps involved in a particular task, help them to add it to the overall to-do list. Include regular homework and chores to the list. Encourage the children to study and allot a time to play.
Teach calendar and time management skills: Encourage the child to write down prime tasks in a digital calendar or on paper. Then help them to plan how much time each task will take.
Establish daily routines: Create a regular schedule to help the children learn what to expect throughout the day. Use picture schedules, clocks, and other time management strategies.
Introduction of idea organizers: Teach children to use an outline, graphic organizers, and school projects.
Create fun memories: Teach the children to write sentences on their own.
Help the child think ahead: The parents should review the plans of the next day with their children. It will help them to think ahead.