There are many factors that affect a student’s academic
performance. One important component in your child’s
academic success may be your participation in his or her
learning experience at home. Setting up a consistent
routine for your child is a big step in the right
direction. Here are some ideas:
a time each day for homework that fits in your
family’s schedule before the week begins. This is
especially important when there is a project due.
a quiet, well-lit area for your child to do homework
every time. Preferably, this space will be free from
distractions such as television sets, radios, and
calendar near that area that lists events,
activities, and due dates for projects.
"homework box" on hand that contains a set of school
supplies your child uses only for homework and
projects. This should contain: pencils, a large
eraser, glue stick/bottle, 16 pack of crayons or
colored pencils, highlighter, notebook paper, ruler,
and scissors. Put a list on the box to remind
everyone what goes in it.
your child’s assignment book daily and check or
initial the items as they are completed.
pocket folder in your child’s binder for homework.
The student should put all unfinished work and
worksheets on one side of the folder. As it is
finished, put it back in the folder on the other
side. Only homework should be placed in this folder.
teacher's Teacher Ease announcements to clarify any