Relocating, especially changing schools, can be challenging for children. While adults often focus on financial and logistical concerns during a move, kids are more attuned to the emotional aspects. Moving may evoke feelings of fear, sadness, or even anger in them. While such reactions are natural, frequent relocations or moves during specific developmental stages can potentially impact a child’s school performance, emotional well-being, and social skills.

For parents, this underscores the importance of thoughtful preparation for youngsters facing a move. In the following sections, we’ll explore relevant research on this subject and provide some tips to help minimize the impact of the experience on your family.

Infographic provided by Move Central, a professional moving company San Diego

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