There are many ways to help your child with their homework. Find out what works best for them!
Homework can be a challenge for kids, especially those who struggle with ADHD or dyslexia. But there are things parents can do to help their children succeed at school.
Set up a study area.
Have them read over the assignment before they start working.
Another thing I do is ask them to write down any questions they might have as they begin working on an assignment. This gives me a chance to answer those questions while they're still fresh in their minds.
Give them plenty of time to complete it.
If you give your children enough time to complete their assignments, they will usually finish them without too much trouble. However, there are some things you should keep in mind when giving them more time than usual. First, make sure they understand how much time they have before they start working on their assignment. Second, try not to set unrealistic deadlines for them. Third, make sure they have access to the necessary materials (e.g., pencils, paper, etc.) so they won't need to interrupt their work to go get something. Fourth, make sure they have enough time to complete their assignment. Finally, make sure they have a quiet place where they can focus on their work.
Encourage them to ask questions when they get stuck.
If your child has trouble understanding something, try explaining it again slowly and clearly. They might not understand at first, but if you explain it again, they'll eventually catch on.