1. Read together daily!!!!
Children who read at home with their parents
perform better in school.
Establish a family routine for homework.
Set aside a regular, quiet time and place for
students to work and be encouraging.
involved with your child's school.
Parents who are involved with the school have
students that succeed better in school.
4. Focus on
your child’s progress.
By focusing on what your child does well, your
child feels more successful.
with your child.
Helping your child with studying spelling
words, math facts or preparing for a test, as this makes
your child feel more
confident with your support.
over your child’s papers often.
When you show an interest in what your child is
doing, often the child works harder to succeed.
Setting limits helps your child see your priorities.
Don’t be afraid to set limits for TV, radio,
video games or the like, especially during study time.
your child to be responsible.
Your child is a student, so make them
responsible for their education, such as putting their own
homework in their
Find excitement in learning by taking your
child on nature walks, going to special events and
demonstrating that you want to
learn things with them.
10. Have fun
with your child!!