Do you frequently have homework struggles with your child or teen? Or, does your student procrastinate doing their work? Maybe they even fail to turn in assignments. If any of these scenarios resonate with you, perhaps you need to consider establishing a better homework schedule. A regular homework schedule communicates clear expectations as well as establishes times when homework is expected to be completed. Having a homework schedule also helps kids understand what is required of them.
Schedules and routines are helpful and reassuring for children during difficult times. I created these daily schedules for kids out of necessity. I hope you find these printables helpful! School is beginning very differently for many families.
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Sticking to a schedule can help toddlers know what to expect each day and prevent melt downs from being hungry or overtired. Trying to get through day-to-day routines and transitions with fewer tantrums? Such a Little While is here to help with 10 essential positive parenting tips for early childhood! I get asked about chores a lot. What chores to give kids, at what ages to start, what to do when they don't do their chores, how to create better chore routines?