Posted February 22, 2012 by Berry Bagdon in Marriage

Bond With Your Child By Helping Out With Homework

Are you worried that your child’s bringing back too much homework everyday? Do you think that it would be better that schools don’t give them any homework at all? Does it remind you of the agony you went through when you were in school want to relieve your child of the load?

With the right kind of support for your kids, you can turn the homework situation to your advantage and the kid’s too. It could help develop your child’s learning, helps in providing an opportunity to apply thought and develop independent thinking, teaches discipline and responsibility and sometimes can even help improve your child’s creativity.

Helping them work through their homework is an excellent opportunity for parents to interact with them and catch up on what’s going on in each others lives. It would help build the communication gap, if any and would definitely improve each other be more understanding of one another.

Helping them with their homework would and bridging the communication gap would certainly give you a better perspective of their lives and help them through their struggles in keeping up with the process of growing up.

It would happen gradually and by itself and you wouldn’t really need to force them to talk to you or confide in you.

Schools are an essence of your child’s academic and social life. Helping them with their work regularly can provide a gateway to understanding these important aspects of their lives. You can learn about their friends, trouble with certain subjects, essays, teachers and so on by talking to them while you’re at it.

If you want them to talk to you about their problems and open up to you about any issues there are at their school or else where, you need to show that you’re being receptive to them and have the time for listening to them during their homework sessions.

By bridging this communication gap you will be taking your relationship with your children that extra step forward and will build an open and honest relationship with them.

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Berry Bagdon