Homework is not only about students or children who are given the work. It is something that involves a lot of other people, such as the parents, teachers, elder sisters or brothers and tutors. But the maximum impacts it has are on the parents. Parents and homework have such a strong bonding that it cannot be broken, no matter how hard they try. Parents are by default connected to the homework given to their children and often face higher levels of stress and agony, as compared to the children. Given the carefree nature of the students, parents usually get extremely tensed and agitated about their kids' homework. This can cause frustration, anger, anxiety and even a lot of impatience at times.
But it is very important that the parents get over these feelings and in turn help their kids in learning and doing their homework in a better manner. They need to alter their attitudes and behaviors towards homework and instead of getting frustrated help the students or devise ways for them to perform the tasks in a better and efficient manner. You have to support your kids in doing their homework efficiently and on time. The parents often end up nagging and screaming at the children for completing their work on time but instead they should help them in organizing their work and playing time and activities.
Parents should always sit out with their kids and help them make a timetable for them, so that they can devote enough time to studies, as well as other activities. They should also make sure that they are more or less free and available during the time kids are doing their homework so that they can be of immediate help if the children need them. It does not mean you sit with the child and keep helping in every small step. The parents should only help the children when they actually require it or otherwise they should just be guided along the path of achieving their goals.
Parents need to allow their children to do things their way. If a child wants to study at...
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