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This electronic Parent Guide provides parents with practical, proven ideas for creating a well-organized student who gets his homework in on time (and according to the teacher's instructions), keeps track of long-range projects, and more!
Organization is a skill that parents can teach their children. Although some children have more of an aptitude for it than others, it helps every child to be organized. In other words, organized people are not born, they're made! Organization is often the foundation for success. In fact, it's one of the most important skills for a child to have. Being organized helps every student learn more and boost grades.
This Parent Guide provides parents with practical, proven ideas for creating a well-organized student who gets his homework in on time (and according to the teacher's instructions), keeps track of long-range projects, gets more out of daily study time and is not wasting time searching for lost items. Parents will get ideas on organizing school materials at home, how-to's for creating work areas that motivate kids to study, the importance of homework routines and how to establish them, how to manage time and work on long-range projects, organizational techniques such as charts, index cards and timers that will help their child learn while studying, and suggestions on when it is time to get help if their child can't seem to manage new subject matter in school. Eventually these new good organizational habits will become routines that will lead to success in school…and life.
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