7/17/2021, 10:00AM
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London, UK, E1 6A

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Saturday, July 17 2021

10:00 AM

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- Rule # 1: Help him figure out the best times and places for him to do his homework. Listen to him so that he can work in the best possible conditions. Conditions which are very often specific to it. You can't stand working in noise, he can only move forward with a background of music ...! Do you need to be alone to concentrate? He can only work in the kitchen! These are all important criteria for him to be in his element. Likewise, if he prefers to do his homework before snacking in order to enjoy the early evening or if he prefers, on the contrary, to take a break before starting, do not prevent it. 

- Rule # 2: have a positive attitude towards the homework offered by school. It is not, in fact, to put yourself in a position of contestation vis-à-vis the system, especially in front of your child. If he's a bit lazy or having trouble in class, it might just help him in his position. In the event that you have something to reproach with his teacher, one of his teachers or more broadly, the establishment, it is better to request an appointment and go and discuss it directly with the people concerned.

- Rule n ° 3: never do your homework for him. The youngest is dragging himself along ... Who has not had the temptation one day to do the grammar exercise or the multiplications for him to save time. Be careful, teachers quickly realize that they sometimes grade parents and not children on homework assignments. More importantly, by doing so, you are doing him a disservice because he may not have understood this or that rule well. 

- Rule n ° 4: don't stress him out. Rather than constantly controlling him, show him that you really care about what he is studying. By making him share your tastes, your experiences, by discussing. It is your responsibility, when the time permits or when you are able to take it, to make this moment a moment of sharing. Homework shouldn't be a race against the clock or an extra performance, but rather a time when the child finally has time to take stock of their knowledge.

- Rule # 5: do not hesitate to bring in one of his comrades if he does not understand a statement. It is always very reassuring for a child to know that he can count on one of his peers in case of problems. The phone call in the event of a fuel exhaustion in front of a statement can be of good advice. If you yourself cannot figure out the purpose of an exercise, let it fend for itself. 

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