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regarding my child home work

Swapna Enugala
3 to 7 years

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Updated on Oct 12, 2017

any one suggest me regarding child's home work. now my daughter is in 3rd standard. she is not doing her simple works aa alone like copy writing . I have to along with her till the completion. if I go for 5mins she will leave her work. how do I make her to do her alone

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Rukhsana Shabir Syeda

| Oct 12, 2017

mother is the first teacher of her cild... Ur daughter is not so big that she can do her homework herself... she needs some proper guidance to copy her homework without making mistakes... after some lap of time,when she is enough understanding to do her work herself... this is the time when she needs Ur help for sometime...

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Swapna Enugala

| Oct 12, 2017

thank you very much for all your suggestion's. surely I will follow those

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Swapna Enugala

| Oct 12, 2017

thank you very much for all your suggestion's. surely I will follow those

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Carol

| Oct 12, 2017

Hi Swapna, your 6 yr old is still small to be independent. This is the time the child needs parent involvement in studies. research says that children whose parents get involved in their studies grow up to be a confident individual, feel very secure and they are found to perform academically very well. I have seen it in my personal experience as well. My son feels happy, confident and focussed too when I am around to know what he is learning, his understanding, his way of thinking etc. So if possible finish your household work and give your full attention during her homework time. make her sit in dining table and do her homework in case if you have unfinished work in the kitchen so you can keep an eye on her, give instructions and guide her. Or give her some homework and sit beside her and do your work like reading, chopping vegetables, planning. Parents' involvement is very crucial for your child at this age. Once she is around 8 or 9, you still continue to get involved. But at that age not required to spoon feed your child. But You can discuss what is being taught, how she feels, what she knows, what she learnt newly, clarify her doubts, help plan her schedule, help her set goals, find if anything is too hard so you can help at the earlier stage rather than to worry when your child reaches 10th or 12th grade. If you are a working parent, then giving full attention for her studies can be very challenging. But try planning your schedule accordingly. All the best.

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Bhavana Srivastava

| Oct 12, 2017

mam, firstly u have to make it child independent,for this u have to b lil strict. dont sit wid her while doing hw,tell her,guide her what to do n how to do,bt not get lein wid her,and tell her d importance n drawbacks of not doing d hw. by this she understands her responsibility towards her study. it may take time ,may ur child angry on u ,cry,or do tantrums. bt b patient,this work.

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Shikha Batra

| Oct 12, 2017

hi Swapna Enugala ! some children need constant motivation.. u could gradually make her independent, allot some work and be around , praise her when she finishes her work in a stipulated time. here is a blog on how to make yr child self sufficient .please do go through the link given below. Hey! I find this parent blog really interesting. I suggest you have a look too: https://www.parentune.com/parent-blog/how-to-make-your-child-self-sufficient/2576?ptref=sa0l000030g01zk

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