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First, you need a quiet place without clutter and confusion. Writing on top of potato chip crumbs while talking on the phone is not going to help you finish your history lesson. Turn off the TV and other distractions. Set aside enough time to finish your work without rushing. Really learning something takes time. Aside from just not understanding the lesson or assignment, kids might need homework help for other reasons.
Some kids are out sick for a long time and miss a lot of work. Personal problems can cause trouble with your work, too. Some kids may be dealing with stuff outside of school that can make homework harder, like problems with friends or things going on at home. Kids whose parents are going through a divorce or some other family problem often struggle with getting homework done on time.
Even students who never had a problem with homework before can start having trouble because of problems they face at home. But whatever the reason for your homework struggles, there are many ways to get help. Speak up as soon as you can, so you can get help right away before you fall behind.
Your parents are often a great place to start if you need help. They might be able to show you how to do a tough math problem or help you think of a subject to write about for English class. But they also can be helpful by finding that perfect spot in the house for you to do your homework and keeping supplies, like pencils, on hand. Parents also can cut down on distractions, like noisy younger brothers and sisters!
They can help you set up a good system for writing down your assignments and remembering to put all the necessary books and papers in your backpack. Teachers can give you study tips and offer ideas about how to tackle homework. Helping kids learn is their job, so be sure to ask for advice! Many schools, towns, and cities offer after-school care for kids. Often, homework help is part of the program.
You also might try a local homework help line, which you would reach by phone. These services are typically staffed by teachers, older students, and other experts in school subjects. You can also use the Internet to visit online homework help sites.
Assistance to Help Your Child With Homework Good programs have staff to monitor homework and provide help when needed. This person may be a certified teacher (this is likely if the program is school .
Homework Help is for students who attend BGCS/BGMS. It gives the elementary students an opportunity to get the extra help they need on their homework from 3 p.m. - 4 p.m., Monday through Friday. The program is available until 5 p.m. ONLY on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays for elementary and middle school students.
Homework help from an afterschool program can reduce battles at home. Afterschool programs may improve kids’ social skills. Older kids in afterschool programs are less likely to get involved in risky behavior. A good afterschool program can turn the aimless hours after school into productive. There’s nothing like tough homework assignments to create stress and frustration for both you and your child. If your child typically keeps up in class but struggles with homework assignments or new concepts, turn to Sylvan for homework help.
Genius Kids ASAP (After School Academics Program) & HHH (Homework Help Hub) programs provide academics, arts & crafts, public speaking, and several other fun, enrichment activities all under one roof. After School Homework Help. Dear Families, There are two afterschool opportunities for your child to enrich their lives and educational experiences at Margaretville Central School. The MCS CROP is an after school program for students in Kindergarten through 8th Grade. It is designed to be an enrichment program that offers academic support.