With school back in full swing, children of all ages are beginning to form their homework habits for the year. Check out these quick tips that will allow you to create the perfect environment for productive task-completion:
Clear the Clutter
Unnecessary papers, toys, or office supplies can be extremely detrimental to your child’s productivity. Before any homework session begins, make sure the space is clean and orderly so children can avoid distraction and fully utilize the space with materials they need. This process works best as a daily chore, which not only teaches your child organization, but also ensures the clutter does not build up. Try out this laptop sleeve
to maximize organization with homeworks and keep all their gear such as earphones in one place!
Keep the Colour
While you want to keep a clean and orderly work station, that does not mean it must be void of personality! Some colour and thoughtful décor can create an inspiring environment for your child to learn and explore. Small touches like a MacBook Case
or a fun coloured keyboard protector
can add character and encourage creativity in their workspace.
Find the Right Resources
One of the biggest time-wasters is stopping your primary assignment to go find information for a small detail. That leaves plenty of room for distraction (like a quick internet search turning into a 30-minute YouTube break) and takes your child out of their productive mindset. Make sure they have a variety of helpful resources available from their seat. This could include a dictionary and thesaurus, a computer without internet, their necessary textbooks, highlighters, erasers, and anything else they may need to complete homework.
Mind the Seating Arrangement
One small detail can have a huge impact on your child’s health and academic success – their chair. Research shows
that a chair that does not provide adequate support can lead to back pain, headaches, fatigue, and even lead to serious consequences like a herniated disk. Alternatively, a comfortable and supportive seat will promote concentration and focus, even during long stretches of homework.
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