Good Habits Essay In Tamil

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There’s a popular saying- good habits start early. Now that your child is old is enough to go to school and start with the learning phase of his life, you will need to start educating him about importance of good habits as well.

Healthy habits need to be started early- the earlier your child is introduced to them, the lesser effort he will have to make to inculcate them in his day to day life.

10 Must Good Habits For School Children:

Here is the list of good habits for students that you must introduce as they get started into school.

1. Eat Healthy Foods:


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This one’s probably the toughest of them all. Just like most other children, your child too will be tempted to grab a bag of chips or a packet of biscuits.

  • Explain the importance of healthy eating and how junk foods could be harmful for health.
  • Make homemade versions of fast food snacks like noodles, pasta and pizza for your child occasionally.

[ Read: Homeschooling Versus Public School ]

2. Table Manners:

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This is definitely one of the most important points among good habits list you need to educate your child about. It’s now time to start treating your child like an adult as he sits at the table for dinner.

[ Read: Parenting Tips for Preschoolers ]

3. Brushing Twice a Day:

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Younger children are often lazy when it comes to brushing their teeth.

  • Make sure you take a few minutes to educate him about the importance of proper brushing.
  • Try and make brushing a fun-filled activity by occasionally allowing him some sweet treats if he promises to brush right after he has them.

4. Sleep On Time:

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Get your child to establish a correct sleep schedule.

  • It will be the most important when your child starts going to school.
  • Stick to a regular bedtime yourself. Your child is less likely to be awake if you aren’t.

[ Read: How to Develop Child Brain ]

5. Play Outdoors:

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It’s easy to get glued to the TV screen watching cartoons or playing screen games, but that’s not what you would want your child to be doing.

  • Get out with him for some fresh outdoor activities every day.
  • Encourage physical activity.

[ Read: Impact Of TV On Children ]

6. Cleaning Up The Mess:

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It’s always a good idea to get your child clean up the mess in his room.

  • Allot him a span of 10-15 minutes a day to make sure all his toys, books and stuff are placed at their appropriate places.
  • You can always reward him with his favourite home-cooked snack afterward!

7. Be Responsible With Money:

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If your child is old enough that you start to offer him pocket money, educate him about being responsible with money.

  • Get him a piggy bank.
  • Encourage him to save his money and manage his expenses within a given budget (you do it all the time- and it’s time to let your child know that too).

8. Say ‘Please’ and ‘Thank You’:

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Another basic rule you need to educate your child about. ‘Please’ and ‘Thank You’ are magical words that can handle most jobs without any hassles, and that’s what you would want your child to know.

[ Read: How To Promote Positive Behaviour In Children ]

9. Sharing Is Caring:

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It is one of the very important good habits for school children.

  • If your child is an only child, you will need to explain how sharing transforms as an important part of life.
  • Educate him about how sharing doubles up the joy and how he is lucky enough to have a particular toy or object while others are not.
  • Siblings usually have no problem with this one (in most cases). If there are issues then you know how best to teach your children the art of sharing.

[ Read: Good Habits For Kids ]

10. Don’t Litter Public Spaces:

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Explain to your child about how littering public places like a park or a garden is a symbol of a bad citizen. Ask him to always throw away trash in a dustbin and play his part in being a civilized citizen.

Help your child, following these simple habits, will surely go a long way in developing his habits and shaping his personality. Explain him how following these simple good habits at school will make him a better person.

Don’t forget to tell us what good habits in school you taught to your darling.

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Good Habit
Years active1970 (1970)–1975 (1975)

Good Habit were a professional touring band mostly from Penarth in South Wales, active 1970–1975.

They had one single "Find My Way Back Home" that was released by RCA and reviewed by John Peel in Sounds.[1]

Some songs including "Ship of Gold" were recorded for Peel's sessions. For a while the band wore green monastic habits on stage. Live favorites included Danger Zone and King of the Mountain, final numbers would be Keep on Moving and Chicken Shack Stomp/ Hey Bo Diddley. Good Habit toured with many well-known artists over the years, including Thin Lizzy, Gong, The Velvet Underground, Funkadelic, UFO, Focus,[2]Rory Gallagher, The Who, Genesis, and others.[citation needed] Good Habit also played iconic music festivals, the 1972 Reading festival,[2] and the first Glastonbury festival.[citation needed]

The band's personnel included:

  • Alan Collier a.k.a. Clutch Gessler - guitar and vocals
  • Ian Thomson a.k.a. Orange Tom - baritone and tenor saxophone, flute (ex Stone Idol, Nite Time Pipeline)
  • John Roberts a.k.a. Rubble - tenor and soprano saxophone (ex Stone Idol)
  • Philip Blackmore a.k.a. Twillie - guitar, vocals (ex Stone Idol, Nite Time Pipeline)
  • Peter Hughes - guitar (now in Blues Central)
  • Paul Stewart - drums, piano (ex Mad Dog, Nite Time Pipeline)
  • David Land a.k.a. Toulouse La Fingers - bass, vocals (later in Racing Cars)

Peter replaced Twillie on guitar.[when?] In 1973 the sax players left. Ray Ennis a.k.a. Alice (ex The Swinging Blue Jeans) joined the band on guitar. Biffo replaced Paul on drums and Gareth Mortimer a.k.a. Morty (ex Ancient Grease) joined on vocals and tambourine. The finale songs at gigs became "Highway 69" followed by "Johnny B Goode/Bye Bye Johnny". After Clutch left, Morty had taken over most of the songwriting and they became Racing Cars.[citation needed]


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