Showing posts from February, 2019

How to teach kids to love learning

How can parents and teachers keep the love of learning alive in students and children? Every parent and teacher knows there is nothing as annoying as dealing with a young person who refuses to learn. What is more sad to observe, than a young one who rolls his or her eyes and clams up at the mention of an academic subject? First of all, learning should start early and never be restricted to the walls of the classroom.  Parents, who test their children with good books, hands-on-projects and fun learning games, put their children into the field of learning early. These kinds of parents show that learning can be fun. Research always shows, that the more fun a learner has, the more easily the subject matter will be remembered. Having fun when learning, holds up in the classroom, too. Giving students a variety of learning techniques keeps students involved and interested. For example, when teaching earth science, there are many ways to inspire student’s imaginations. Projects

How to help your child in developing good study habits

In order to continue the good study habits as long as possible, the habits should be developed in their young age establish to begin with. It's never too early to set up your child to positive study habits, which will repayment his or her actions throughout life. As parents, useful techniques must be studied in order to further the development of our children. Become well established role models Developing well established study habits for a child begins with parents. Just like the old adage, "it's not what you say, it's what you conduct." Well established study habits should begin at a very young age; when a child is one to two years of age, he or she is ready to begin training in acquiring well established study habits. The initial lessons begin with his or her observing parents at work modelling well established study habits. Install the love of studying Let the child understand that studying is fun. Long before the child begins school, par

Change your child's life with these successful educational strategies

Parents are always looking for a better way to support with the education of their children. To encourage children, parents must first be motivated to help their children learn. The few strategies provided here is a good start to make sure that children successfully operate the educational system. Reading- Parents should start reading for their children at a very early age. Reading should be motivated all times. Children should have a library card and visit books stores on a frequent schedule. Parents can have children learn a poem or a small speech to help keep their mind sharp and ready for reading. Homework- A homework timetable should be developed for children, including what time to do homework each day, how much time should be devoted to homework each day and where in the house to do homework. In addition, if the school doesn't provide a homework assignment on any given day then the parent should develop homework assignments. Reading is always suitable for hom