How to Help Your Child Prepare for a New School

Many kids suffer from first day jitters. If you are a parent or a child wanting to stop these, look no further. Parents sometimes need to step in to ensure that children don't feel so nervous on their first day of a new school, or just another plain year in general. Here's how:

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