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Tips to Be Actively Involved in Your Child’s Education

Tips to Be Actively Involved in Your Child’s Education

Exactly how involved are you in your child’s learning progress? A study from the National Institutes of Health shows that when parents are very involved in their child’s learning development, the learners will have obvious progress in their academic involvement. Not only that, but it also benefits the child’s social and behavioral development.

While the expertly crafted programs in a daycare and preschool in Forest Hills, New York can equip your child, still nothing beats the lifelong influence of supportive parents like you.

So here are our tips for you to be actively involved in your child’s learning process, the earlier the better:

  • Implement a structure at home
    Simple routines started at home can provide a structure to your child’s daily activities, which can help them create an organized mindset. While not all children thrive in a structured environment, the concept of routines can provide them with a foundation of what they want to do and how they’re going to go about it. Practice following through schedules at home to help your child adapt to the culture of accomplishing tasks in a particular span of time.
  • Secure a learning area
    Your child will also see that learning is a serious matter when you prepare for them a learning area at home. This is a dedicated space where they can do their homework or read. This area gives them an uninterrupted learning time, which helps them to value focus and intent in learning.
  • Agree on a study time
    While studying is very important, don’t forget to give your child a time to play. Our preschool programs in Rego Park, New York are designed to help children see the fun in their every learning opportunity. But at home, it might be a different case. Hence, ask your child their preferred time to study so that they will not feel forced on it. In most cases, being forced on something doesn’t always yield good results.
  • Keep track of assignments
    Check for homework tasks that your child might be having. If they won’t tell you about it, do the initiative of asking or checking their notes. This simple follow-up can help your child see that you mean business about their learning progress.
  • Communicate with their educators
    In relation to monitoring their school homework, you can best be helped by having clear and positive communication with their teacher. You can simply clarify with their teacher what assignments are necessary, especially if your child is manifesting confusion or hesitation about their homework.

As a leading daycare and preschool provider, we understand the big role parents play in the overall development of their child. With these tips, we’re hoping that you can find creative ways to show your support to your child’s early childhood education. If you would like to inquire about our programs, or if you would like to refer a fellow parent to Baby Steps Daycare / Preschool, don’t hesitate to do so. Just contact us for further details.

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