But, sometimes parents need help sorting out the best direction to take on more complex issues. If your child is having a difficult time with homework, consider consulting with people who can help you brainstorm some possible solutions. Talk with your child’s teachers or the school’s counselor. These efforts will help your child avoid getting so far behind in their studies. Teachers are an important resource for you to seek, because they can give you advice specific to the assignment your child may be having trouble with. They can help your child set up systems for writing down assignments and remembering to put all the necessary books and papers into his or her backpack. Teachers can give the student study tips and offer ideas about how to tackle homework. Helping kids learn is their job, so be sure to ask for their advice!
Parents may consider the option of a private tutor. These services usually require a payment. If cost is a concern, try a small group tutoring session. At Cooking Up Books Education Studio, LLC, we offer three types of differentiated instructional small group programs:
Learning Program: We will design a personalized curriculum for your Kindergarten student to help them develop academic readiness skills essential for school success.
Academic Advanced Program: We will encourage your child to excel to their full intellectual ability and potential, through creativity, critical/analytical thinking, and problem-solving skills. Skill Builders Program: If your child is struggling in reading, writing and mathematics skills, we can provide remedial instruction to help them reach academic goals and excel. We develop skills and build self-confidence!