Basic suggestions for easing your child’s learning are as follows:
1. Be physically and mentally present You can’t learn or remember anything if you don’t really know what you’re doing. You should encourage your children to show up to school on time, pay attention, and follow directions. If your child is always absent or does not pay attention, they will be missing a lot of information. Although not all of the facts we hear are retained in our memory, you will always be able to recall some of them because our brains process the information we hear when we listen. To encourage them to pay attention, make sure they can see the board and their teachers.
2. Emphasize taking notes Make sure they write them down and teach them how to organize their notes. Make sure they divide it by subject so they don’t get lost or mixed up. Only write down important information because if you don’t, they might become too busy taking notes to learn what is being taught. Last but not least, ensure that they are able to read their notes or else they will be of no use.
3. Plan Ahead Teach them to write down all of their projects, assignments, and deadlines. They will know when and what to do first in this manner. They might have days when they have nothing to do, and they might also be very busy at times. Encourage them to participate in activities whenever possible rather than waiting for deadlines. They might not have enough time to do everything at once.
4. Learn the techniques Mnemonics, for example, are one way to improve their memory retention. Find a method that works for you by trying out the various approaches.
5. Encourage them to ask questions and seek assistance from their teachers, older siblings, and parents when they are really lost.
6. Eat well and get plenty of sleep When you’re well rested, learning will be so much easier. It is not recommended to take a test without food or in a very tired state of mind and body. Due to exhaustion or hunger, they may be distracted by other emotions and be unable to concentrate.