Not-for-profit organization that provides an extensive video library, interactive challenges, and assessments. The video library covers K-12 math, science, and social sciences. Students can create an account online and will have access to all of the resources the site provides. Big Future 8 Ways to Take Control of Your Time
Resource from the Collegeboard that provides time management tips.
Establish a routine
- Make a schedule and stick to it.
- Decide with your child the best time and place for doing homework. You may thin the best time is right after school, but your child may need a break first and then do their homework after dinner.
Set up a study area
- Do homework at the same time every day. If you child is involved in after school activities, homework comes first! Since coaches sometimes change practice schedules from week to week, plan ahead to complete homework assignments.
- Do homework in the same place every day.
- Find a place with proper lighting where your child is comfortable.
Homework survival kit
- A desk or table, even the kitchen table, can be used before or after dinner.
- Get the supplies your child needs: pencils, eraser, pencil sharpener, paper, crayons, dictionary, scissors, glue, ruler, calculator and other supplies.
- Keep supplies in a box near the study area.
When to call the teacher?
- Homework time needs to be a time when your child can concentrate. Work at reducing distractions and interruptions.
- If your child is having a great deal of difficulty, schedule a conference with your child's teacher.
- The teacher may be unaware that your child is having trouble with the assignments.
- Together you can work out a plan for your child's success.