Take your child
encourage them to use their card
Provide a home
that is warm, comfortable and intellectually
child's endeavors and proper study habits.
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
Provide time to
play out doors for exercise (studies
show this helps in mental development).
to spiritual, cultural, social, educational and
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
Encourage your child to do the
hardest tasks first and then scale
them down according to difficulty.
to help your
child keep track of his or her
Remove all distractions from the
student's study area (TV, Game
Consuls, Radios etc.)
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.