It’s the middle of the school year—there are more hours of daylight; the weather is starting to warm up (ever so slightly); and the weekends and after-school hours are starting to fill up with spring sports on the horizon.
Your child’s homework might be the last thing on your mind. If you and your child have fallen into a rut when it comes to working on homework, read on to get tips for developing a good homework routine that will work for your family.
Why homework challenges arise
If you and your child are having homework challenges, it can be helpful to step back and evaluate the situation:
Are you and your child waiting until the last minute to finish the homework assignment?
Is your child having a hard time understanding the homework?
Is your child bored and more interested in doing something else?
Is there an underlying learning disability that needs to be addressed?
Your assistance is needed
If your child’s school uses a homework packet system that is sent home…
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