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With a good support team, your kids can accomplish anything. Get them on the path to earning better grades with these bright ideas.
Step 1: Write down goals
Sit with your kids and brainstorm and list their goals on paper.
Put the list of goals in a place where they can see it every day.
Step 2: Help them get organized
Get them organized. Have them write down their assignments and extra curricular activities in a planner.
Step 3: Encourage
Encourage your children to reach their goals. Let them know that you believe they can accomplish anything.
Step 4: Understand your child
Understand that your children may learn differently than you do. Help them learn in ways they can understand.
If your child has a learning style that you cannot accommodate, consult with or hire a tutor who meets your child's needs.
Step 5: Check their homework
Check that their homework assignments have been completed. Assist your kids when are having difficulties.
Step 6: Focus on accomplishments
Focus on their accomplishments and not on their failures.
Step 7: Reward them
Reward your kids for their hard work with privileges such as watching television, using the internet, or hanging out with friends.
Did You Know?
In 2006, public schools spent approximately $9,138 per student in the United States.
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