It’s a subject we all talk about and deal with on a daily basis with our children and truthfully even talk about with our peers. The word is HOMEWORK! We’re sharing tips to get your child off to success this school year on onto the road of being an successful and organized student.
Homework Tips from Teachers and Moms
I had the opportunity to chat with some of my favorite kid bloggers about HOMEWORK. Megan from Coffee Cups and Crayons, Jacque from KC Edventures with Kids and Melissa from Imagination Soup all share ideas on how they do homework at home and also in their classroom environments. Here are some of questions we’re answering.
- How do I get my kids to want to do their homework?
- My child always forgets his homework at school. What should I do?
- The homework is way too easy for my child.
- Do I need to get her more challenging things to do after school?
- Am I supposed to check my child’s homework?
- How long should homework take?
- How do I keep my younger ones busy so they aren’t interrupting my oldest while she does homework?
Take a peek at our quick 30 minute chat about Homework and give our tips for making it work for your home and child. Share below if you still have more questions we’d love to answer them for you!
What tips were you Inspired by in the video?
Homework Tips to Get Kids Excited About Homework
I’d love to invited you to visit Melissa and Doug for my Guest Post about How to Get Kids Excited about Homework . In my post I included 7 Easy to Follow Tips for Success with Homework. And a few fun ways to get moving during homework time, it doesn’t always have to be sitting at the kitchen table.
How do you handle Homework after school?
We’re looking forward to seeing what you share this week!
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Cool Mom says
Thanks for the link up and hosting once again. I'll be hopping around a bit later today. Have a super day, all!
Hi Kim! Thanks for hosting this link-up again! It's one of my favourites and it looks like you've got good posts on here! again! I have a crazy busy day today, but I will definitely be back again when I have time to read some of them!
Missy from Dot-to-Dot Connections.
Twana Allen says
this was very informative so glad i found you on Pinterest.
Megan Sheakoski says
It was so fantastic to chat with you!!!! I just love your homework station!
maryanne @ mama smiles says