The Tutoring Center, Marietta GA


Math help in Marietta, East Cobb, GA.

Homework is not exactly fun, but it needs to get done. Teaching your child to complete homework assignments is crucial in helping them succeed in their academic life. That is why today we want to discuss how to promote better homework habits at home.

Ways to Facilitate Better Homework Habits

  • Have a homework routine. Teach your child to follow a homework routine that consists of always doing their homework at a regular time. It may not be easy for them to complete homework at the same exact time, but they should at least have a routine deadline, such as always having to have their homework done before dinner. This will turn their daily homework habits into a routine that is easy to follow. This allows them to get used to doing homework without having to think too much about it, and if they know exactly what needs to get done at a certain time or before a certain activity, they are a less likely to procrastinate.
  • Create a homework space. Children benefit greatly from having a designated homework space, such as a desk or room for studying and completing homework. However, it isn't always possible for each child to have their own homework area. What you can do is help your child pick a place in your home where there is less noise or any other form of interruptions. Make sure they have at least a chair and table to work on. This might mean the kitchen table or the living room area, just make sure it is homework-friendly by keeping it clean, tidy, and far from distractions.

Develop Better Homework Abilities with Tutoring in Marietta GA

At The Tutoring Center, Marietta GA they have the ideal program to help your child build the habits and study skills they need. Their Study Skills Enrichment Program is designed to help students become better learners by helping them improve their organization skills, homework skills, and study abilities. Contact them today by dialing  770-977-1888.


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