Education and Learning

How to talk to your kids for studies improvement

11 to 16 years

Created by Rashi Haldiya
Updated on Mar 30, 2018

How to talk to your kids for studies improvement

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| May 31, 2018

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| Mar 31, 2018

hi Rashi Haldiya ! make him speak to an adult whom he listens to, let his father /older sibling or cousin take over and plan his schedule and check his progress everyday .they can also discuss difficult topics.. try and be friends with him. here is a blog u would find useful.

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