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10 Ways You Can Help Your Child with Homework
Show an interest in your child's homework.
Asking about your child's assignments, quizzes, and tests shows him or her that you think school is important.
Make sure your child has a designated place to do homework.
This area should be quiet, well lit, and offer plenty of work space.
Eliminate as many distractions as possible.
Avoid having your child do homework with the TV on or in places with other distractions, such as people coming and going.
Make sure the materials your child needs are available.
Ask your child if special materials will be needed from some projects and get them in advance.
Teach your child how to be organized.
Be sure he or she is keeping track of homework in the agenda provided by the school.
Establish a regular time to do homework.
Developing a regular schedule might help avoid procrastination.
Set a good example.
Create a learning atmosphere by taking the opportunity to read while your child studies.
Be a motivator, monitor, and guide.
Give encouragement, check completed homework, and make yourself available for questions. When your child asks for help, provide guidance, not answers.
Connect with the teacher.
Let the teacher know if your child is regularly having difficulty. He or she can offer strategies that may help your child. Remember, the school and home are a team.
Reward progress in homework.
Praise your child for working hard and successfully completing homework.