October 21st 2021
So, to help with this problem of parents, we can share some tips that parents or caregivers can adopt to improve their child's learning at home.
Prepare Yourself Mentally
To improve the learning process at home, the parents need to prepare themselves mentally as there may be some hurdles. Parents may feel pressure to teach children in traditional school-based ways at home during this situation, but it is important to remember that there is nothing wrong with learning in playful ways that keep children's interest and invite them to have fun at the same time. Remember that it is a tough time for them as well.
Develop A Routine
The second important thing to improve the learning process is to develop a routine or schedule for your children. A routine that works for you and your family that helps your child to know what to expect next? When to play? When to read? When to eat? So at the end of the day, your child feels more independent and has a similar structure as an in-person school day.
Be Prepared For Rough Days
Because children can't behave the same and show discipline every time, it's better to prepare beforehand. Find the cause of your child's challenges and try to solve them. Try to organize various helpful activities that can calm yourself and your child during rough days, especially when your child doesn't want to stick to a routine.
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