Procrastination is one of those unhealthy habits that most students have.
When the year finishes, they rush out of the school and immediately forget about their summer homework.
That’s when many teenagers say they plan to complete their household chores or tackle their homework.
For parents, dealing with either can be a frustrating challenge.
Discerning between the two can be even more difficult.
For children, procrastination usually results in a negative consequence such as poor or failing grades, the inability to participate in extracurricular activities, or family consequences like loss of driving rights, screen time, or increased parental supervision.
Their hearts are overwhelmed with joy because of the upcoming holidays.
It’s time to relax after a stressful school year, meet with friends, and participate in extracurricular activities.
As a result they have great difficulty completing assignments.
They have an enormous need to get it "just right," and are easily upset with their mistakes.