Homework carries many educational benefits for all age groups, including time management, organization, and the ability to think beyond what is taught in class. When strong homework habits are established, good grades are likely to follow.
However, in order for all of these benefits to occur, students need to be engaged and excited to learn.
When faced with too much homework children can become frustrated, overwhelmed and unmotivated. Luckily, with some organization and strategic planning, parents can support their child with homework and eliminate those dreaded meltdowns.
Read this homework infographic by Oxford Learning to learn more about how homework affects your child, as well as some useful tips to keep in mind when helping your child with their homework.