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Suggestion to Parents

How you can help

Parents of younger children have a great opportunity to help their kids develop good habits. Learning not to procrastinate, for example, is much easier when the homework Load is light. Make sure the work is done as soon as it's assigned and before the TV-watching and computer games begin.

Establish a regular work space for your child that is free of distractions and interruptions. Set up a simple filing system for papers, and help your child learn to use it.

Take responsibility for his or her mistakes

Establish a regular work space for your child that is free of distractions and interruptions. Set up a simple filing system for papers, and help your child learn to use it.

Help your child practice moral courage, take responsibility for his or her mistakes, and develop the other Personal Habits. Above all, encourage your child to love reading. With a firm foundation of these good habits, children will be well-equipped to succeed both socially and academically in the years ahead.


Support can do wonders

Parents of teenagers, as we all know, have a more challenging task. Adolescents yearn for independence, but need lots of help and support. They often resent offers of help, however, while at the same time wishing they were little kids again.


Encourage your child to love study/ reading/ learning

Parents succeed best, I think, when they remain always ready to help but never actually attempt to help without a clear invitation. If your teen is not a strong reader, or learns best by doing rather than reading, you may be able to serve as the reader of this book for him or her.


You will also be able to help by setting up systems, calendars, reminders, etc. You can help your teen most when he or she is able to succeed without you. Encourages your son or daughter to work on good habits together with a friend or classmate—a bit of competition and support can do wonders.