A teacher’s job is to try their best to help your child reach their full potential. A lot of that is based on your child and their attitude to learning. Where do they learn this attitude? At home from their parents, and from their peers. So what can you do to help?
The truth is, children often leave their studying too late. Before we know it, the exams are here and we are the ones who have to play therapist and convince our stressed children that “everything is going to be okay” when in our own minds, even we are doubting that. But don’t worry, there are things you can do to remedy the situation.
Concentration is the key to any great study session, but what if your child is always getting distracted? Does their study space have something to do with it? Read more, and find out what makes an ultimate study space.
Your child has recently received their exam timetable, and preparation is soon to begin. We know that this time of the year can be quite stressful, but it really doesn’t have to be. Not if you plan effectively. Here are 7 things that you and your child need to prepare for in order to ACE the upcoming exams.
Learn how your procrastination affects your child’s school results, and how one parent changed things around completely by following a step-by-step plan.