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28 May 2016
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How can I help my seven year old son not dislike elementary school homework?

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cloa513 wants to know: How can I help my seven year old son not dislike elementary school homework?
There are several ways to help your seven-year-old son not to dislike elementary school homework:

1. Create a designated homework space: Set up a quiet and comfortable area in your home where your son can focus on his homework without any distractions. This can be a desk, table, or even a corner of a room with a comfortable chair and good lighting.

2. Set a homework routine: Establish a consistent homework routine with your son. Determine a time of day that works best for him to complete his homework, and stick to that schedule as much as possible. This will help him develop good study habits and make homework a regular part of his routine.

3. Provide positive reinforcement: Praise your son for his hard work and effort in completing his homework. This will help him feel proud of his accomplishments and motivate him to continue working hard.

4. Break up homework into smaller tasks: If your son is struggling with a particular assignment, try breaking it up into smaller, more manageable tasks. This can help him feel less overwhelmed and make the homework seem more achievable.

5. Make homework fun: Try to make homework more engaging and enjoyable for your son. Use games, puzzles, and other interactive activities to help him learn and reinforce the material he is studying.

Remember, every child is different, and what works for one may not work for another. It's important to be patient and supportive with your son as he navigates his way through elementary school homework.
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