Learning Your Kids
If you wanna motivate a child to do their homework, then you need to build a relationship and be consistent. You also want to be positive as well. Students are motivated by connection and not punishment. If kids are not threatened, then they will do a better job with their homework, so it is important to always give the right motivation to kids so they do well. Getting a good understanding of their thoughts and feelings is better.
You want to hear what they're thinking and feeling and how things are going in their life.

Key Takeaways:

It is about caring about kids and not just getting the work done when it comes to helping kids with homework.
Being consistent is a great strategy to have when teaching a kid good homework habits.
Kids want their parents to lead by example so they go to them for help and you need to be able to show them how to do it.

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