Child psychologists and doctors point out, and parents are convinced in practice, that kids feel better when they have daily routines — regular, constant, clear, and predictable. It's not just about getting on with your life, it's also about stabilizing your emotional health. The mode gives children a sense of comfort, confidence, and the ability to control what is happening around.
I advise you to rely on the basis — sleep, food, air.
To set up a sleep routine after vacation, begin returning your kid to the schedule few days before the start of the school year. Establish a clear time frame for the night (and, if necessary, day) sleep. At the same time, create conditions in which the process of falling asleep will be accompanied by appropriate rituals - not only brushing teeth and showering, but also some interesting activities for children, such as reading books, listening to audio tales, falling asleep of toys. Thus, preparing for sleep will be more of a game for the child than a duty.
It is also important to set aside time for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. It is better if it is at the same time every day. I do not recommend watching cartoons during meals. It is distracting and harmful. It will be better if the whole family discusses plans and expectations for a day when having breakfast, for example. In addition, this way, the child adjusts to his/her active day.
Do not forget about regular walks in the fresh air. Try to set aside at least an hour each day for outdoor activities. I advise you to propose something new to your little ones more often: cycling, playing Frisbee, drawing with chalk, playing with other kids on the playground.