8 Useful Strategies To Help With Homework For Parents

by John Cooper Academic Writer

Whether the kid is in elementary, middle school, or high school, various reports show that children perform better when their parents take an active part in their academic curriculum. Sitting with them to work on their primary homework help to create a positive image in their mind and effectively manage their workload.

So, to assist your kids with their primary homework and help them to manage the workload, we here're a list of a few smart tips for all you parents.

1. Active participation:

Stay in touch with the teacher. Attend all school events like sports events, fares, parent-teacher meeting, and show interest in your child's academic performance.

2. Proper study area:

Choose a student-friendly corner in your house for his/her studies. Make sure that the study nook is clean and well-lit. Keep all their stationery within reach.

3. Study time:

Allocate a fixed time for regular studies. Some prefer to work in the afternoon; others post-play session. Choose the best time, create a schedule, and encourage your kid to create work schedules for tackling multiple assignments.

4. No distractions:

Don't choose a study spot close to the study room. Your kid is likely to get distracted with loud music or frequent phone calls. Try to reduce the distracting factors so that he/she can put the utmost concentration.

5. Don’t spoon-feed:

Kids won’t learn if you solve their problems on their behalf. Leave your kids to it and encourage him to try harder if he/she makes mistakes. Remember, if you want them to succeed, they must learn from their mistakes.

6. Don’t be a helicopter parent:

Some parents love to monitor every move of their kids. Don't do that. Become your child's best friend. Ask about his/her day, assignments, tests, and check their diaries. Try to maintain transparency so that your child doesn't hesitate to approach you with a problem.

7. Always praise their effort:

Not all kids are born as brilliant as Einstein. So, encourage their hardwork and make it a point to help them and simplify their learning. With proper study method, your child too can learn quickly and perform better.

8. Reward system:

Yes, giving sweets to kids can hamper their tender teeth. But you can find alternative gifts to reward your child when he achieves a small study goal. For example, you can treat him with ice cream when he scores an "A" in a quiz. This will encourage him to work harder.

Lastly, always be supportive of your kids. Meaningful compliments will help your child to feel confident and boost his/her morale. 

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