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    Homework Tips

    What is it about homework that wears families out? Even newbie grade-schoolers, who love doing it at first, often lose their enthusiasm and start stalling. And after a long day, you just want your kiddo to knuckle down so you can get dinner on the table or start the bedtime routine.
    • Know the teachers and what they're looking for.
    • Set up a homework-friendly area.
    • Schedule a regular study time.
    • Help them make a plan.
    • Keep distractions to a minimum.
    • Make sure kids do their own work.
    • Be a motivator and monitor.
    • Set a good example.

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    Thanks, very real for me now. Dear son is going to J2 and it's time to get ready (mostly menthally). By the way, had you ever thought about homework invention, who did it? I personally was rather excited to find out that homework didn't exist always, it was created by an educator who felt disappointed with his students.

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    Re: Homework Tips

    Quote Originally Posted by DanielLee5 View Post
    Thanks, very real for me now. Dear son is going to J2 and it's time to get ready (mostly menthally). By the way, had you ever thought about homework invention, who did it? I personally was rather excited to find out that homework didn't exist always, it was created by an educator who felt disappointed with his students.
    Didn't know that, thanks

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    Re: Homework Tips

    Hi....!
    Know the teachers — and what they're looking for
    set up a homework-friendly area
    Schedule a regular study time
    Help them make a plan
    Keep distractions to a minimum
    Make sure kids do their own work
    Be a motivator and monitor
    Set a good example.

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    Re: Homework Tips

    The best way for me to get my homework done is to sit down in an environment where I know that I'm going to be left alone and have no distractions, and really just get to work. If I have to turn off my phone, I do it. If I have to listen to music, I do it. Whatever it takes to get me focused and relaxed. Except for essays... It's something I am really bad at and what I actually hate. I have to confess - I use third-party help services like (read top essay writing service reviews)

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    Re: Homework Tips

    A new survey finds nearly 50 percent of parents making an almost taboo admission: They struggle to help their children with their homework. And many parents—46.5 percent—simply don't understand the subject matte.
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    Very helpful advice, thanks to that you write about it.
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