Articles On Coaching Your Child

How to remember what you learn

here are some very easy ways you can help your child remember maths, spelling, and reading skills and knowledge they have learnt. Recent brain research proves how important these ideas are, but even before research told them it was a good idea good teachers and learners have always used them.

Helping your teen study when they are non-compliant: What to look out for.

Goals help keep your teen steady and strong when life is difficult. Study goals are most easily achieved by taking small steps most days, not by cramming in lots of information just before exams. At this stage of their life they experience rapid growth spurts and sudden surges of hormones. There are often dramas, if… Continue reading Helping your teen study when they are non-compliant: What to look out for.

Writing: first understand why they dislike writing, then negotiate.

Writing fluently will remain an important skill our children need to master. Your child might not be very interested in writing because they have so many other interesting things they would rather do. Many children are much more interested in doing something physical than sitting down to write. Especially when your child finds writing difficult… Continue reading Writing: first understand why they dislike writing, then negotiate.

Tips for successfully helping children develop the homework habit.

Help your child develop the homework habit Time spent together is precious. As well as homework time to practise skills they are learning in school, children need time to play, read,  chat with you and with their friends, help out in the house, and have free, unstructured  time to explore and enjoy their world. Homework… Continue reading Tips for successfully helping children develop the homework habit.

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