What To Do If Your Child Doesn't Want to Go To School

What To Do If Your Child Doesn't Want to Go To School

Many kids look forward to going to school, however, it’s normal for them to have days when they don’t want to go. It’s important to identify the problem correctly and look at your child’s situation closely. Is it the workload, peer pressure, teacher issues or a social problem? From the tough-love approach to doing a bit of detective work, here’s what to do if your child doesn’t want to go to school.

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    For many parents, when it comes to helping children with homework, it’s easy to lose patience. With kids losing concentration easily, having trouble sitting still or unable to grasp new topics, it can certainly be a frustrating task. Here’s 3 ways to improve your patience when helping your child with homework.

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    Curiosity is what drives us to learn new things, which is why it’s essential that it’s encouraged from an early age. In fact, curiosity can have a positive impact on academic performance, as children are much more likely to become self-directed learners who can easily think for themselves. Here’s 6 simple ways you can help your children to develop, cultivate and encourage their sense of curiosity.

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    When students have poor reading comprehension skills, it can start to have a huge impact on their performance in many subjects. Often, they start to feel frustrated and experience low self-confidence, which not only makes them enjoy reading less and less but can also have a negative effect on their grades and overall academic success. Here’s some easy tips to help improve your child’s reading comprehension skills.

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