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Need A Homework Routine? Here's How To Set Up Your Child For Success.

When our students come home, usually the first thing on their mind is a snack, a nap, or the perfect place to toss their backpack and hang up their thinking cap until they head out for school the following morning. However, somewhere in the schedule there needs to be a time dedicated to homework. This, of course, begs the question: How is it possible to foster a successful homework routine to allow your child to thrive? Here at Jill Abrams Tutoring Inc., we offer homework help by not only helping our students complete their assignments but by teaching them useful skills for future academic success. In this post, Jill Abrams Tutoring Inc. provides a few pointers that can help you establish a positive and effective way to curate an after school schedule that encourages students to complete their homework. The idea is that once the system is set up for them, they will adopt the routine to complete all of their work and achieve their academic goals and successes.

  1. Set up a homework friendly space. Delegating a place that boosts productivity and creativity will help kids feel more inclined to dedicate themselves to working in that space. Make sure the space is well lit and well kept to avoid clutter and distractions. Keep supplies stocked with all the essentials- pencils, paper, scissors, coloring supplies, etc.

  2. Schedule a regular study time. Working homework time into an after school routine will help to instill a habit to grab the folders and get to work around the same hour every day. Whether it comes after sports practice, extracurriculars, or dinner, delegating this time will help keep your child on track. At Jill Abrams Tutoring Inc., we offer time slots for students to fill when they want to come in for their homework help. We find that consistency and routine help students stay focused and motivated.

  3. Help craft a plan. Help your child break down heavy assignments by splitting them up in digestible chunks. Teaching young learners how to time manage and accomplish large projects in stages is a great life skill that will help them not only finish the assignment, but store these tactics for future work loads.

  4. Check in. Talk to your child about how their assignments are going, how they’re feeling, and where their successes and struggles are. Show your child that you think their school work is important. By staying informed and up to date, parents can stay on top of their children’s performance and pick up any signs that they may need tutoring assistance or otherwise.

  5. Check out tutoring services available. Professional tutoring services can enrich your student’s academic capacity in many wonderful ways. If your child has a learning disability, services like Jill Abrams Tutoring Inc. that offer specialized attention with trained tutors can help improve your student’s understanding of their learning style with techniques that will set them up for success. One on one homework help is one of the services we offer and we see first hand how it helps students grow exponentially. Whether it’s online, in person, or after school, tutoring services can be exactly what your child needs!

By Sabrina Fox


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