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Top 10 Ways Parents Can Help with Homework

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Designate a Space for Each Child


Even if your children are well-behaved peas in a pod (lucky you), they're probably distracting to one another during study time. Try to find a separate space for each of your children, or schedule quiet times for homework in designated spaces. If one child finishes her homework earlier than the other, try to encourage reading time or quiet time until the entire family is ready for some together time in common areas.

Next: Establish a Schedule

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