The COVID-19 pandemic has had a significant impact on everyone’s lives, including children. Schools are struggling with learners behaviour issues. Here are some common behavioral issues that children are experiencing:
Anxiety and stress: Children may continue to experience anxiety and stress. They may worry about getting sick, changes in routines, or socializing with peers.
Social skills and interaction issues: Some children may struggle with socializing and may have difficulty interacting with peers after a long period of social isolation.
Learning difficulties: Remote learning and disruption to school routines may have caused some children to experience learning difficulties. They may struggle with attention, concentration, and motivation.
Sleep disturbances: Changes in routine, increased screen time, and stress may lead to sleep disturbances, such as difficulty falling asleep or staying asleep.
Mood swings and irritability: Children may experience mood swings and irritability as they adjust to changes and cope with stress.
Parents need to be patient, understanding, and supportive as children navigate these post-COVID behavioral issues. Encouraging healthy habits, creating routines, and providing emotional support can all help children adjust and overcome any challenges they may face. If behavioral issues persist or become severe, it may be necessary to seek professional help from a therapist, counselor, or pediatrician.
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