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Home Work Tips For Parents


Many a time it is found that children do not know how to prioritize to do their personal work along with day-to-day school homework. With little help from parents they would surely learn to get their homework done amidst all other works.


Students are more successful in school when parents take an active interest in homework - it reveals that children are following the instructions provided in the school with the parents also in touch with happenings in the school.Helping with homework can have many benefits. Apart from the children learning, parents also get a chance to learn few things.But, to help children do their homework; parents need to know a little bit of their students lessons.


Parenting Tips to help children do their homework
  • Get to know the teachers of your children. Ensure that you attend school events, such as parent-teacher meetings and other programmes conducted by the school. Get to know about the homework pattern and how you could help your child.
  • Set up a specific place in your home for children do their homework. Ensure that the place has adequate lighting. Keep stationary supplies like paper, pencils, glue, and scissors within reach.
  • Make sure that your children have a regular study time. Some kids work best in the evening, following a snack and some games; others may prefer to work after dinner.
  • Keep the distractions to the least. This means no TV, loud music, or phone calls.
  • Ensure that children do their work by themselves. If they dont think for themselves and make their own mistakes, the process of learning wouldnt take place. Parents can make suggestions and help with directions. But, ultimately its a kids job to do the learning.
  • Get involved in your childs academic career. Ask about various class work, assignments, quizzes, and tests. Check completed homework.
  • Children learn to do by watching others do it, so set a good example. Do your kids see you reading the newspaper, writing letters, or reading a book? Kids are more likely to follow their parents action than their advice.
  • Never criticize their work and efforts, instead praise. Post a good test answer paper or art project on the refrigerator so that others could see. Learn to appreciate their efforts and academic achievements with your friends in front of them.
  • If problems with homework persist, talk with your childs teacher. Some children have trouble seeing the board or probably some may need a close physical examination by doctors for any learning problems or attention disorder. Even at times, some children may not be quick in copying down, as they ought to be according to their ages.
To finish, have a close watch over their studying pattern, behaviors and prioritization skill. But, do not abuse the child for their inability to be swift, slow in writing, incapable to retain the learned lessons and for not being as smart as another child.Every child is unique with different skill sets.


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