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09/11/2018



Tips to Make Homework Time Easier

Students not wanting to do homework is nothing new, but if your child really has a hard time getting their homework done regularly, you may need to find new ways to keep them motivated. Below are some tips that can help your child complete their homework more efficiently.

Create an After School Routine

The last thing your child may want to when they get home from school is homework. However, if they get it done right after school, this means they have the rest of the evening to relax. The hardest part may just be finding the motivation to get started. To combat this, create an after-school routine that your child will get used to over time. Include homework time early on in the day so that your child can get it over with.

Use To-Do Lists

To-do lists are a great tool because they help students visualize just how much work they need to get done. Have your child create a to-do list every day before they start their homework. As they cross items off their list, they may feel more motivated to continue working. Breaking down everything they have to do into a more manageable list will also make their workload appear more manageable so that they don't get stressed out.

Take Homework Breaks

It's easy to think that powering through something is the easiest way to get it done. However, if your child is stuck on a problem or becoming frustrated with an assignment, it may be best for them to take a step back and breathe. Allowing your child to take quick ten-minute breaks while working on homework can help them return to a challenging assignment refreshed and with an open mind.

Tutoring in Powell OH

After school tutoring in Powell can help your student reach academic success this school year. Find the best tutoring programs at The Tutoring Center, Powell OH. Contact them at (614)389-0113 to learn more!

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