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Homework is an important part of a child's education; unfortunately, these daily assignments can easily become a daily hassle for families. The experts from the Research Institute for Learning and Development are here to help. As parents themselves, they understand the demands today's families face; as educators, they know what children need to succeed in school. They cover everything-from identifying a child's learning style and discovering what motivates him or her to specific tips for supporting a student with reading, writing, and math homework. You'll find suggestions for helping children organize an effective work space, develop time- management skills, manage long-term assignments, become accountable for their own work, and much more. In addition, there are chapters on preparing for tests and communicating and collaborating with teachers. A one-stop resource for helping children succeed with homework! For use with Grades 4 & Up.