This week’s episode is about parenting tips on how to create routines. It is a best practice for parents to help their kids in school by creating daily routines after school for homework.
So there’s going to be three parts for creating this daily routine. First, the amount of time that child spends doing homework. Second, the time of day that the child actually does the homework and third, where the child does the homework.
These routines could help you and your child meet schedules, provides a sense of structure and familiarity, builds good habits, and increases efficiency.
A routine is something that you do over and over again, eventually making it a habit. Once it is a habit, you do not need to think about it to act. Your child once in a routine will then automatically get things done, without having to remind him or her to get things done. The act of automation increases the efficiency of your child, by enabling them to do things without consciously thinking about it.
When establishing a routine, you do have to will and motivate yourself and your child to get stick the routine. Being consistent is very important but once the routine is set, it is on autopilot and the need for constant willpower and motivation is no longer necessary.
Developing a routine at home for your child will get them farther than their classmates because they're going to be learning more and it ensures that they're getting everything in school done as well. It builds incredible study habits, they know they’re going to learn every day after school for one hour. They will do better in test and they're just going to be smarter. The more they practice the better they're going to get, and this routine we help them get into that habit.
Now, follow these three steps: the amount of time they spent, time of day they're going to do the homework, and making it be the same location every day to help you raise better students.