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4 Tips in Encouraging your Children to Do Their Homework in Time

 

 

Putting children to do their homework can really be challenging. Oftentimes, they prefer to play and do other stuff that would entertain them rather than bore themselves in front of their textbooks. Check out these 4 items on the list which may help you in encouraging them to do their homework in time:

 

Make deals with them

Who wouldn’t love rewards? Kids are always up for treats. Do bargain with them. If they do what is expected of them, ask them what they want as a reward. If not, then they don’t get the end of the deal. It’s as simple as that.

 

Explain the Whys

Of course, kids don’t see the point of doing their homework. They love to procrastinate and keep on putting it aside. They don’t care at all. This is where you get in. Don’t start a long speech because that will make them feel terrible. Tell them why it is necessary that they learn to prioritize their studies in the simplest way possible. Try explaining using their favorite cartoon characters or any scene from a show they can relate to. They love to listen to anything that tickles their imaginations.

 

Do not be too controlling

 When kids are forced to do something they don’t want, they tend to become more rebellious. Avoid getting into petty fights with them. You will only stress yourself. Ride on with what they want at first without taking away the line of authority out of their sight.If they want to play first before settling down, let them be for a few minutes, provided that you make things clear to him that he has to get school work done after.

 

Guide them

What sometimes makes kids avoid homework is the fact that they are afraid of not knowing how to do it. Sit by them and guide them step by step. In that way, they will feel assured that they can get things done because someone is there for them.

 

There is actually no perfect strategy for this. At the end of the day, it is still up to you which one works best for your children. All you have to do is to be the best parent you can be. Everything is going to be worth it in the end, and your children will thank you for all your effort.

 

 

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