A PLACE TO STUDY

        When it is time to do homework, a quiet area is best.  The place your child does homework should be away from TV or other distractions.  Sometimes working at a dining room table while dinner is being made can give them an opportunity to study independently while you are close if they get “stuck”.

        Students require a certain amount of materials on hand.  A shoe box works fine and should contain as many of these items as possible: paper, sharpened pencils, eraser, a student dictionary, ruler, tape, glue, colored pencils, black or blue ink pen (erasables are nice), and a small stapler.
 

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