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Mrs. Jaconetta

1. Find a quiet place where your child can do his or her homework with minimal distractions.

2. Make sure that you are nearby so your child can ask for help when needed. 

3. Find a time that works best for your child. Some children perform better on their homework if they do it directly after school. Other children prefer to have a snack and rest a while before they are ready to do their homework. 

4. When reading at night, make sure that your child reads to you and you read to him/her as well. Maybe you can take turns with your child. For example, you read a page, and then your child reads a page. Children need to hear adults read with fluency and expression to become a more successful reader.