When your child would rather be hanging out with friends, homework can be the ultimate drag. But those extra minutes and hours logged at home can help your kid get a leg up in the classroom. Here, the case for homework and how to help your kid succeed.
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Help your child get the most out of homework assignments with these tips.
Or should we say, a better S-P-E-L-L-E-R?
These six tips will show how to get your kids on track with their schoolwork and lay the foundation for good study habits.
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Turn an old cardboard box into the perfect portable study station for your child.
Wait; homework isn't helping our kids do better in school? Then, um, why are they doing so much of it?!
When my 10-year-old asked if she could start walking the three blocks to school on her own, I thought it was time to let her. But first, I had to teach her to cross the street.
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