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09/10/2021


Parental support is key to helping children do well academically. Here, The Tutoring Center, Macomb, shares a few suggestions for parents to put their children on the path to be successful learners.

Help Them Meet Their Homework Expectations

Homework strengthens and increases classroom knowledge and helps children exercise essential study skills. Additionally, it promotes a sense of duty and exemplary work ethic. These traits will serve them in and outside of the classroom. Also, guaranteeing that your children understand that you prioritize homework will help them see it like that and create a productive study atmosphere.

Keep Tabs on Them

An excellent overall span of effective homework would take about ten to forty minutes in elementary school. If you notice that it often takes much longer than that time frame, talk to their teachers. As they do homework, you should be prepared to explain their homework instructions, offer supervision, explain their questions, and examine their finished work.

Send Your Child to School Ready to Learn

A good breakfast will fuel them for their day. Usually, children who have breakfast are more energized and do well in school. In addition, they will also be less inclined to be absent-minded and will make fewer pit stops to the school nurse for problems associated with hunger. You can encourage and strengthen your child's attention skills, focus, and retention by giving them high in roughage and protein breakfast meals, as well as food low in refined sugars. You could even add fresh fruit, cereals, nuts, yogurt, or half a peanut butter and banana sandwich to spice things up.

Enrolling your children in tutoring sessions is another effective way to help them succeed at school. Call The Tutoring Center, Macomb, MI, at (248) 318-1182 if you'd like to know more about the benefits of tutoring in Macomb.

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