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Parent Student Study Skills Advice

ParentsParent: an individual or combination of individuals who are responsible for protecting, educating, disciplining and raising a child.
Guide you child to develop good study skills. Give them time, place and comfortable location so that will not have a frustrating experience.
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Studies show that the first seven years of a child's development are perhaps the most crucial. At this stage your child's brain is establishing the foundations for future growth and development.
1. Encourage intellectual integrity. Discourage cheating. Don't do the work for them and don't pay others to do it either!
2. Have plenty of books, magazines and other sources of information
3. Read to and with your preschool child often. Studies show children do well in their school careers if they have a foundation of early childhood exposure to parents who follow this practice. Raising Smart Children
4. Take your child to the library and encourage them to use their card
5. Provide a home that is warm, comfortable and intellectually challenging.
6. Support your child's endeavors and proper study habits.
7. Limit their time on mindless TV programs and computer games. Use what the child most likes to encourage him or her to work, for example you can play a game or watch a show after you finish a specific assignment.
8. Provide time to play out doors for exercise (studies show this helps in mental development).
9. Make outings to spiritual, cultural, social, educational and historical events.
10. Have open communications with your child's teacher guidance and administration. If you are concerned about his/her progress, achievements or attitude call for a conference. with guidance and the administration.
11. Encourage your child to do the hardest tasks first and then scale them down according to difficulty.
12. Create a planner to help your child keep track of his or her assignments.
13. Remove all distractions from the student's study area (TV, Game Consuls, Radios etc.) 
14. Put the computer being used for study and homework in an area you can monitor, such as the dinning room or living room. You would be surprised how many students will start the work but switch it to a game or movie when you are out of the room. You might even consider a computer that can only receive educational materials and all other entertainment sites are blocked.