Give a Quiet Spot to your kid to get his work done. It is ideal to have your kid get his work done somewhere other than his room, where recreations, toys or even a TV go after his consideration.
Minimize distractions by making homework a family activity. School-age siblings can study at the same time, and mom and dad can read the paper or play a game of chess.
Host a homework party. Invite neighborhood parents and their children over regularly. Meet at your house one week, someone else’s next time.
A better way to study is to have your child write down the key concepts in her own words, and then study those notes. Staring at a textbook for hours doesn’t help the material sleep in. writing demands focus, so she will retain more information.
Dress your child in his favorite, most comfortable outfit on the day of an exam. If he feels good about himself, chances are he will do better on a test.
Limit TV viewing and computer use the night before a big test – – staring at a screen can tire kids out.
Let your child have fun during the weekend or you can even allow him to have a break during the weekdays. The best way to make him spend that free time is by letting him play toddler online games. Online games allow him to understand the use of computer (which is very important in the world of today) and these are designed in such a way that they help to sharp the vision and mind of your child. Make sure that you let him visit an online game website which offers only peace-loving and intelligent games for your children, rather than advocating violence and war.
Help your child get organized to prevent lost assignments.
Celebrate all successes. Your C+ child is now a B? Buy her a book or see a movie together. Little treats will motivate your daughter or son to continue tow work hard in the future.