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Kids are more successful in school when parents take an active interest in their homework — it shows kids that what they do is important.
Of course, helping with homework shouldn’t mean spending hours hunched over a desk. Parents can be supportive by demonstrating study and organization skills, explaining a tricky problem, or just encouraging kids to take a break. And who knows? Parents might even learn a thing or two!
Here are some tips to guide the way:
Want to stay on top of your schoolwork by taking great notes? Here’s how!
Tips and advice on helping kids and teens with classwork and problems at school.
Dread it or love it, you gotta go to school. Looking for ways to make the first day a little less painful? Here are some tips.
Having trouble getting a handle on all of your homework? Get your work space set, your schedule organized, and your studying done with the help of this article.
You know you need to study, but what are the tricks that super students know? Find out in this article for kids.
Homework, homework, homework. How do you get it done? Get some tips in this article for kids.
You have a history test tomorrow, a math test the next day, and weekly French pop quizzes. Don’t panic – our article provides tips on how to study.
It’s not just for school: Mastering the skills of getting organized, staying focused, and seeing work through to the end will help in just about everything you do.
Most kids generate a little chaos and disorganization. But if you’d like yours to be more organized and to stay focused on tasks, such as homework, here are 3 steps that make it possible.
Parents can play a crucial role in helping teens succeed in school by lending a little help, support, and guidance, and by knowing what problems demand their involvement and which ones require them to hang back.
Kids often have a tough time making the back-to-school transition. Here’s how to help them.
Attending parentâteacher conferences is a great way to help your kids succeed at school. Here’s what to do before, during, and after the meeting.
Kids do better in school when parents are involved in their academic lives. These early years of schooling are an important time for parents to be informed and supportive about their child’s education.
During grade school, kids start getting homework to reinforce and extend classroom learning and teach them important study skills. Here’s how parents can help.
Writing a report? Studying for a test? Having problems at school? Get tips and advice.
Even though teens are seeking independence, parental involvement is still an important ingredient for academic achievement.
As students grow more independent during middle school, it can be challenging for parents to know how to stay involved. Here are 10 tips.
Being organized and focused seems easy for some kids. But for others, like kids with ADHD, it’s not easy at all. This article for kids has tips to help you stay in control.
There’s a lot of “new” in the first day of school. New teachers, new friends, new shoes, new notebooks, and sometimes, a new school. Find out more about going back to school in this article for kids.
When your child has a serious or chronic illness, it’s hard to think beyond the next treatment. But with planning and communication, you can help your child balance treatment and academics.
Note: All information is for educational purposes only. For specific medical advice, diagnoses, and treatment, consult your doctor.
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