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Helping Child Cope with Studies

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Helping children in studies is extremely important, especially, during exams. Involvement of parents in studies increases the level of interest of children in studies. However, the involvement of parents in studies of child should only be to a certain extent. Read on to find tips for helping your child in studies.

There are very few children who are born with good study habits and they take care of their studies themselves. Otherwise parents have to worry about their children’s studies and most often it is seen that parents are left stressed out. If your child is also not paying attention to his studies, make sure you take the right steps and motivate him to study well.

Remember, being aggressive will not work and it is not the right way to improve studies of your child as well. There are lots of distractions in a child’s life today. Reading habit is rarely found in most children. So, here are some tips that will help you improve your child’s studies and he might start taking interest in his studies.

Tips to Help your Child Cope with Studies

Have a glimpse at some tips for helping your child coping with studies.

Encourage Regular and Fixed Study Hours

Studying regularly and at fixed time helps child stay disciplined and stay away from the stress of studying for long hours during exam time. Make sure he completes his homework and stays prepared for class tests always.

Home Environment

Peaceful home environment is very essential and it helps your child to study well and also concentrate in his studies. Plan out a quiet place for his studies and avoid making your child study in kitchen or on the dining table just because you want to keep an eye on him.

Do Not Help Your Child too Much

Helping your child is good but if you solve all his math problems or find meanings to words, he will not be able to become independent. Let him try hard and explain the concept and method, but do not solve the math problems. Let him make use of the dictionary and find meanings and let him make sentences with those words to understand them in better way.

Teach Him to Stay Disciplined

Make sure there is a fixed time to study and a fixed time to watch TV as well. You have to be strict and if there is any favorite program that he wants to watch, let him compromise with his games or other things but not studies.

Know the Boundaries of Your Child

You should know your child’s capabilities and limitations. Everyone has a maximum level up to which he can work or cope with the studies. Make sure you find that out and this will help him study well and succeed.

Never Force your Child to Study

Though it is good to have fixed time to study, it is possible that some day your child is not in a mood to study. Do not force him. Just watch out that he does not follow this trend frequently. Also take care that there is a genuine reason behind this.

Learning is Important

Encourage and build in the attitude in your child so that he values the importance of learning. Do not feed any negative aspect of learning. Rather, explain how learning will help him in life and for years to come.

Follow these tips and you will find positive changes in your child’s attitude. Let him feel that studying is his job and you should also take genuine interest in his work. Keep in mind that it is the focus and the approach that matters in the end. If your child is unable to get grades of your choice, do not react. Try to motivate him by making him realise his caliber. 

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Saini.5 years ago
90% of parents face this problem. I think its only after std 5 can kids study by themselves. My kid at Orchids is so much into playing drums there that its difficult to get him interested in anything else.
Ravina.6 years ago
By disciplining them, they would study well.
Varsha.6 years ago
Never force your child to study. I have discovered it does not work at all. Thanks for valuable tips!
Raju.6 years ago
I think it is important to develop a culture of learning in the household. Also having hobbies which can boost a child's study skills and academic performance helps, such as reading, writing and public speaking. This site helps with the latter:
Piyu.6 years ago
i have kept a separate study area for my kids. there i have kept a study table, books and all other stationery items. kids love to have a different study are for themselves.
Calibau.6 years ago
set a fixed study routine for kids. the kids will know their study time and thus study religiously.
Vikas Kalantri.6 years ago
studies can be very stressful if not done in the right manner. parents need to help kids study in the right manner.
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