Why Gifted Children Have Homework Problems.
Make homework time part of a larger predictable household routine, and make sure your child is equipped to succeed during that time. Pick a place to work with adequate light for reading.
Luckily however she let me help. So if your DS won't let you help, I have no idea what to do. Here is stuff that helped DD 1) A place for everything, everything in its place. So planner lived in a certain place in her bag. ALWAYS. Without fail. never put it somewhere else 'because it is easier'. 2 Pencil cases, one for home and one for school bag.
How to Support Your Child’s Learning During COVID-19 School Closures. Hundreds of thousands of schools are temporarily closing around the world to contain and delay the impact of COVID-19 (coronavirus). As a parent, this can be worrying as you may be wondering how to keep your child happy and supported during this time of uncertainty.
What parents can do to solve the homework problem Ignoring or making light of the problem with homework will only make the problem worse. Parents who put their heads in the sand and pray for a miracle are not helping themselves or their child. Being afraid to confront your child’s homework problem won’t help either.
But having rights doesn't mean there won't be consequences for your actions - and some of those rights can be taken away. The bottom line is yes, you as a human being have a right to refuse to do something like homework, but you don't have the right to do that and remain a pupil of your school.
Q: “Though we have a homework plan and agreed-upon schedule, when the time comes to get started my child has an epic meltdown — yelling, slamming doors, refusing to do the work.I’m exhausted by these daily battles and my child’s grades are suffering. I know homework is tougher for students with attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD) and some accommodations may be appropriate, but how.
If your child complains of boredom while doing homework, consider shaking up the routine a little to make study sessions more fun. Lockett suggests these approaches to keep kids engaged. Get help from friends:If your child is struggling with an assignment, let him call a friend for help or invite a friend over to work on it with him.