Daily Routines

Children need and actually desire daily routines. Routines give a child structure and it actually promotes self confidence and success. By accomplishing goals such as daily homework makes your student feel positive that they completed a task. So, what is your routine for homework? Does your student do their work at the same time and in the same location?  What has made your child successful completing their homework? By the way, I rarely have anyone not be prepared for class. What s your secret to success? My children always did their work after they came home from school in the same room which was next to the kitchen.

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8 Responses to Daily Routines

  1. avatar jamie.b says:

    Because we live 20 minutes from school, my girls have gotten in the habit of doing their homework in the car on our way home. Most of the time they are done by the time we get home. We keep a pencil box in the car with pencils and crayons.

    • avatar marjie.rogozinski says:

      As long as this routine works and the kids get their work completed, then I would continue. Thanks for sharing!

  2. avatar zachary.s says:

    I seem to reinvent the wheel every other day. The last two days I have taken Zach to the MJGDS Library after school and have him do his homework. Some times he does his homework in the car. I find that the Library after school works best for us, as long as we don’t have any appointments, etc. . . right after school.
    –Kandi

    • avatar marjie.rogozinski says:

      Taking Zach to the library is a great idea. it’s quit and not too many distractions. Try to choose one place and be consistent and you will see results!

    • avatar marjie.rogozinski says:

      Dear Kandi, The library is a wonderful place to study without any distractions. Try to choose one place and be consistent and you will see results.

  3. avatar rebecca.b says:

    Sometimes Becca does her reading for her book report in the car to and from school. I always have her do her homework at the dining room table when we first come home from school. Later, after dinner and after she has some TV time and relaxation time, she does her 20-30 minutes of reading before she goes to bed.

    • avatar marjie.rogozinski says:

      Reading before Becca sleeps is a great idea and a wonderful habit to form for life. There is no better way to end a day by curling up in your bed with a book. Great idea! Kudos to you!

  4. avatar yoni.h says:

    Yoni does his homework(in his room) as soon as he gets home from school. :)

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