8 Ways to Motivate Your Child to Succeed in School

Your child is naturally curious and eager to learn. By making school and homework as pressure-free as possible, you can help protect him from stress and boost his academic achievement.

 

 

  1. Show enthusiasm for your child’s interests and encourage her to explore subjects that fascinate her. If she’s a horse nut, offer her stories about riding or challenge her to find five facts about horses in the encyclopedia.
  2. Ask about what he’s learning, not his grades or test scores. Ask him to teach you what he learned in school today.
  3. Help her organize school papers and assignments so she feels in control of her work
  4. Build his sense of responsibility by allowing him to choose extracurricular activities, assigning him chores, and asking his input on family decisions.
  5. Ensure that she has plenty of time for unstructured play.
  6. Celebrate his achievements, no matter how small. Completing a book report calls for a special treat or finishing a book allows him an hour of TV.
  7. Focus on his strengths, encouraging him to develop his talents. Even if he didn’t ace his math test, he may have written a good poem in English class or improved his spelling score. Besides offering him a math workbook or computer program for practice, give him a writing journal.
  8. Check in with your child regularly to make sure she’s not feeling overloaded. If she is, help her prioritize her work.
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Muskan Abbi is a child-centered blogger and writer, specialized in writing blogs and articles highlighting the grooming of children in different aspects of the environment. With a perfect sense of targeting the right audience, she pens down the conclusions of her research drive and thoughts with a sheer clarity for better indulgence. Always open to suggestions, the word pieces generated by her are a reflection of her passion to read, comprehend, research, and write.

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