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Top 10 Ways Parents Can Help with Homework

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Use an Assignment Book


From day one of the school year, provide your child with a notebook for writing down assignments. Some schools have designated academic planners that they recommend or require. You could also print out this simple homework completion chart. Whatever you choose, make sure your child writes down her assignments on paper, which will help her remember everything. When she's finished with all her homework, compare the work and the assignment notebook and/or description from the teacher to make sure everything is done.

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