Where does your kid do his/her homework? At the kitchen table? In front of the television? Hidden away in a dark corner of the bedroom? Or perhaps your child studies in a different location every night, misplacing papers and spreading school supplies all over the house? Every child should have a quiet, undisturbed, and dedicated location for studying. Kids don’t require much space – even a small niche is fine as long as it is away from noise and distraction, has comfortable seating and good lighting, and offers enough room to spread out. If you simply can’t designate a permanent work station, set up a rolling cart so your child can easily take his papers and supplies from place to place – every student should have a study space of some kind to call his own.






  • Reward Yourself. Having something you can look forward to will put the "fun" into your hard work.

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