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Organizing Your Kids’ Study Space

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Educator and author Doug Haddad talks about ways you can organize your children’s study space so they can work most efficiently.

The general rule is children should do 10 minutes of homework for each grade level. Students need a workspace that is well lit, spacious, comfortable and free of distractions. Here are a few tips to help your student organize and work to their full potential:

  1. Provide a study space conducive for homework and studying
  2. Get your child into a study and homework routine early on in the school year
  3. Organize your child’s time
  4. Communicate with teachers early on in the school year

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