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Here's a handful of articles offering expert advice to make homework less of a hassle.

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Parents have traditionally participated by helping their children with homework. The Big Six approach can help parents effectively guide their children through assignments and at the same time help their children become independent learners and users of information. BIBLIOGRAPHY. Eisenberg, M. .

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Resources -- Helping Your Child With Homework. The following publications provide more information about how to help your child with homework. Canter, Lee and Hausner, Lee. (). Homework without Tears: A Parent's Guide for Motivating Children to Do Homework and to . Homework booklet for parents of elementary and junior high school students. Helps parents understand why homework is important and makes suggestions for .

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WHAT PARENTS CAN DO Parents can help children succeed with homework by providing clear messages about the importance of homework and specific support strategies. Key Messages About Homework There are three key messages about homework that parents need to give their children: Homework is an important part of school. Homework may look different from when you were in school and the amount of it may be different also. Practice is still important and students continue to do that. Students will still be expected to memorize basic facts, and you’ll still see homework that asks you to help them do that.