Parenting 101: How To Involve Yourself In Your Child’s Learning + Education

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by Nikhita S,

Parental involvement plays a key factor in your child’s academic success not only for conventional reasons. It’s not just hunching over reading your child or helping him in his projects every time they come home.

It also goes beyond things like volunteering in the classroom, involving yourself in the regular education of your child, or spending time with your child in any of his or her school work.

These are indeed the usual stuff most of us parents do. However, these are only part of what effective parenting does for his or her child’s education. We’ll go as far as to say that it’s not the most important part.

In this article, we’ll discuss some effective methods of assisting your child’s learning and education.

Sustained engagement

Multiple research shows that effective parental involvement takes care of the most important factor in any academically successful child: engagement. This means that a child is fully involved in the learning process ~ enthusiastic, motivated, and responsible. Engagement in any student regardless of education setting he or she is in, whether public, private, home-school, etc.

More than the school or education spending, the real challenge for us is if we can keep our kids motivated and interested in the learning process for years to come.

On the other hand, disengagement from school is not just an educational problem but can be traced back to how learners are when they are away from school. Studies clearly show that lack of interest in school is affected by worrisome home setting ~ fighting parents, nutrition, neighborhood, drug and alcohol use, depression, etc.

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5 Reasons Why A Fish Is The Right {First} Pet For Your Kids

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Ahmed zayan

Some of your best childhood memories surely come from taking care of and playing with your first pet.

When choosing a pet for your kids you should consider their personality, as well as your lifestyle, and family expenses.

We’ll show you the 5 reasons why a fish is the right {first} pet for your kids.

Having A Pet Teaches A Child Responsibility

Today’s booming gaming industry is literally taking over the lives of our children. Because of this, they start losing skills such as responsibility. To teach your kids that every action has a reaction and make learning fun for them, the best thing you can do is buy your kids a pet fish.

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Parenting 101: Top Tips For Purposeful Parenting

Being a parent in today’s economic and social environment is as challenging as being a child. The human race is advancing at break-neck speed as we venture deeper into the information age. Raising a child requires spending quality time with them, instilling your values in them to help them develop into well-adjusted, functioning adults.

With so many people living in two-income households where both parents have to work to make ends meet has resulted in a lost generation of youth. Drugs, violence, and sex have infiltrated society and keeping your child away from these influences are paramount.

Being a purposeful parent means that you take an active interest in your child’s life, every single day. If you fail to meet your duties as a parent, your child may grow up to experience the pitfalls of society, putting them in a position to be at a disadvantage to make the most of their life.

Here are five examples of what it takes to be parents for purpose.

1.  Become Actively Involved in Your Child’s Education

Educating your children is possibly the most significant task you will face as a parent. A child with a good education has an opportunity in life. Get involved with your child’s schooling, most parent’s involvement with their kids’ education boils down to asking them if they did their homework. This parenting strategy simply isn’t good enough. Take time every day to ask your kids about their school life. Are they having fun? Are their teachers good? Where do they struggle? Homeschooling is the best solution to ensure you have a well-educated child in their former years.

2. Teach Your Kids about Recycling

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