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Share the role of reader with your child
Reading aloud with your child is a great way to help him become a better reader. Choose a short passage from a book at your child's reading level. Read it aloud to him. (Be sure to use lots of expression in your voice.) Then have him read the passage back to you. If he struggles with a word, remind him what it is, then let him continue reading. Don't worry if it takes a few times before your child can read the text easily.view image
Make time for math activities every day
Not every child is a math whiz. But daily practice can help all students maximize their math skills. It's important, for example, that your child understand math vocabulary. Have her explain new terms in her homework to you. You can help her practice basic math facts by quizzing her with flash cards and playing math games together. Encourage your child to do sample problems in her textbook, too.view image
To keep track of everything, keep one family calendar
Has your child ever forgotten a science project until the last minute? Or needed to go to practice when you had to work? A family calendar is the solution. On it, write school events, your child's assignments, reminders about items that must go to school on a certain day, sports practices, activities, commitments and special events. You'll be able to keep track of everything and spot conflicts ahead of time.view image