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04/12/2017
Routines are necessary for children so that they can know what to expect and not turn everything into a constant battle. They need to know that there’s a time for food, a time for homework, a time for playing, and a time for resting. When it comes to homework, having a routine is especially important because it helps children develop a positive attitude towards it.  Here are some tips to help you create a successful homework routine.

Successful Homework Routines Should Have

A study area: It’s important that your child has a designated homework space. The area should have proper lighting, space, a table, and should be free of noise and distractions. There should also be the necessary tools, like pencils, an eraser, pens, crayons, etc. A scheduled time: Homework needs to be completed at the same time every day. Preferably after school, although your child should have a little bit of time to relax before getting started. Priorities: Teach your child to keep a daily planner to track down their assignments. It will be helpful to determine which tasks have priority. They can start with the easiest or the most difficult ones and work from there. Organization: Keeping folders for organizing different assignments or homework can be especially helpful for forgetful children. Also, keeping a clean and clutter-free backpack will help them make sure they’re not missing any materials. A reward: It’s a good idea to treat your child to a reward after they’ve completed a particularly difficult homework assignment. Maybe some extra television. time or a fun special activity.

Make Tutoring in Centennial Part of the Homework Routine

You can also add tutoring to their homework routine. There are many benefits to tutoring, including helping your children’s grades and time-management skills. Call The Tutoring Center, Centennial CO at (303) 800-0540 to learn about their variety of tutoring programs.

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