Simple things you can do to help your child learn at home:





    • Involve your extended family all the people who care about your child – aunts, uncles, grandparents, cousins, godparents, babysitters, neighbors, and friends – to encourage your child to do well in school. Give each of them a copy of our reading tips and activities pages.



    • Limit your child’s TV watching try to control how much TV your child watches. This includes when your child is with you, with a babysitter, or at home alone. Children need to hear and talk to adults in order to build their language skills.



  • Have a positive attitude toward school and learning take an interest in how your child is doing at school so he or she will believe that learning is important. Find ways to help your child succeed in school.
  • Make sure your child does homework look over your child’s homework each night. Ask your child to explain what he or she is learning. Make sure that assignments are completed. If possible, find a quiet place for your child to study, and set aside time each evening for homework.



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