Gosh! Ask me about it. There’s a constant tussle between me and my kids about revising their school work. They run miles away from it, especially the writing bit. But well, better late than never. I have finally come to terms with giving them ample space and freedom to choose a time when they are in an absolute frame of mind to revise because then they not only put their best effort but also pay required attention.
There are children who naturally possess good study habits while there are others who completely detest staying at one place to study. In my household, we have both scenarios.
There are situations when kids suddenly remember 100 things to do during their homework or revision time. Likewise, there are multiple scenarios when kids are keen on learning and others when they just want to be on their own. But as a child grows up homework and revisions becomes a part of their routine. Before it becomes overwhelming for the child and parents, it's imperative to find ways to make study time look fun and interesting for them.
Here are a few tips that can enable little buds to get engaged willingly. Scroll down to read what worked in my favour.