If you’re the parent of school-aged children, then you probably already know the drama and hassle of homework time. Some children are eager and excited about homework, and get it done themselves as soon as they get home from school, but others drag their feet and need a little encouragement from parents. Either way, it’s important to help your child develop good study habits early, but how? I can help! Here are my top seven ways to encourage good study habits…
1. Set Aside Time
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Children develop good study habits the same way they develop all other good habits — with practice and routine. Part of establishing a study routine is setting aside a specific time for homework and reading, and sticking to it. Make it the rule that homework and studying is done every night after dinner, or right after school, and soon, that rule will gradually become a habit.