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Engaging and motivating your school-age child can be one of the most difficult parts of parenting. The following six tips are an excellent starting point for reinforcing or developing a culture of academic concern and engagement in your home.
What is important for your child, however, is your attitude and approach to homework now. If you take a positive attitude about homework, so will your child. That’s good, because homework is a valuable part of education.
When parents are involved in their children’s education at home, they do better in school. And when parents are involved in school, children go farther in school—and the schools they go to are better.
A checklist of parental behaviors that can facilitate the motivation of our children to learn.
When parents take the time to help, it can influence school success as much or more than a child's intellectual capacity or the quality of the school he or she attends. Good study skills will provide your child with a basic tool needed to succeed in school. Here's what can you do to help.