Parents helping kids with homework


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Everybody knows that gaining knowledge is a hard process. Some parents choose to help their kids with it, while others not. To what category do you belong?
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I assist my child with his work.

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Parents can help their children by telling them the process/logic, but should not do entire work by yourself.
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Writing an essay requires the author to have adequate time. The writer needs to have a reasonable comprehension of the paper so they can do examination as per the point being referred to. Students may have poor writing aptitudes while others may do not have the time to finish their assignments. 
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Parents need to be involved when it comes to school. They need to help their child with their homework and make sure that it is being done. If you can't help due to not understanding because let's face it some of the work they have now days we did not have when we were in school, but there are websites that can help them and most schools have tutoring classes before, after and during school to help your child. You can also ask another student to come over and work with your child to help them understand something that they are struggling with. Parents only need to help them if it is something that they are struggling to understand. If you can't finish the homework due to not understanding it then email the teacher and let them know that you and your child tried to do the homework but were having difficulty understanding it and at least that way the teacher knows that your child did make an effort and needs extra help. The teacher may also be willing to give your child more time on the assignment if they know the child tried but was having a problem. It doesn't always work out for a child to tell the teacher themselves that they tried to do there homework but didn't understand. The teachers have students tell them that every day when they just didn't want to do the work. It makes a difference if you as a parent speak up, then the teacher will be more understanding and helpful.
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I always help him out wherever my lil one gets stuck. It’s always awesome to sit down with your kids and do fun stuff like crafts too.

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If your child is struggling with homework, then it is parents' responsibility to step in and help in whatever way they can. While guiding them or helping them with homework or essay is acceptable, parents should never do the homework for their children as it defeats the purpose of homework. Also, teachers need to stop assigning unreasonable projects that cannot be completed by children without an adult's help.  
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whether it's ok or not depends on the length parents would go in order to help their kids - if they are just explaining the material and giving their kid the opportunity to answer the question on their own, there's nothing wrong with that..but if they are just doing their kid's homework instead of the kid him/herself, they are just saying their kid getting homework help or having someone else do their job instead of them is pretty much ok..just hope parents do not think of homework as a way of getting good marks and as a result graduating with a fine degree though the kid may not know a thing

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If your children are struggling with homework, then it is a responsibility of parents to help them out in any way they can. They need to stay with their and help them in homework to enhance their skills. In another way, teacher should also need to put extra efforts to these type of children with humble 
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