5 Study-smart habits
Your child has turned 8 and entered in IIIrd grade. The school curriculum has had a few additions. On one hand, there’s rising pressure - timetables to follow and assignments to submit, and on the other, you are seeing some marked changes in your child– he/she is more distracted than ever! What to do? Now is the time to inculcate habits that will reap long-term benefits - our proparent blogger Sugandha Tiwari shares interesting smart study habits that will make your child yearn for more study time
| Mar 09, 2017
thanx for valuable tips
| Feb 03, 2017
I think you missed one point, .i.e., you as parents need to read yourself like novels or other books; if not, then develop the habit of reading. Your child follows you and your habit of reading will help him develop this habit itself!!!!
| Jan 23, 2017
blog is very informative, but I agree with manpreet... even my younger one doesn't allow my elder to concentrate ...
| Jan 02, 2017
i really liked the blog n tried few too but I have a problem with my younger child(3yrs). he doesn't let my daughter do anything n nor concenterate himself on anything
| Dec 01, 2016
Nice points. I have used Study zone and planner. Will try the others for sure.
| Nov 25, 2016
Thanks for ur valuable tips.
| Nov 25, 2016
Really a useful piece of suggestion.
| Nov 24, 2016
Thanku so much for ur suggestions....
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| Nov 04, 2016
A big thanks to everyone for reading the blog. Your likes and comments are motivating for me. Stay blessed
| Nov 02, 2016