A mother once said: \”My son seldom takes the initiative to do homework when he comes home. He has to wait until I come home before he does it.\” This is a common problem for many children in learning. Without the supervision of adults, it is like running off the reins. The wild horse\’s consciousness has become particularly poor. Parents can\’t help but reflect: \”Why do other people\’s children never need to be pushed to do their homework, but my children have to be beaten by their parents before they cry and open their homework books?\” What exactly is the problem? How to do it so that children don’t need to be urged by adults to do their homework? Parents always have to \”pull\” their children for a while before they are in third grade. First of all, one thing should be clear: for those children who do not need to push their homework, their parents have either put a lot of effort into it, or they have used the right method. Because almost no children are born with self-awareness, parents have to go through a process of \”nudging\” before children take the initiative to learn. This kind of \”nudging\” is not for you to nag your child, but to help him develop good study habits. For children under the age of 10, behavioral restraint often relies on parental supervision. Parents need to stick to the bottom line and set some rules for their children. This time is a critical period for children\’s character shaping and habit formation, and it is also the time when parents have the most effective influence on their children. Otherwise, when parents are in the senior grades and want to correct their children\’s many learning problems, they will be unable to do anything. The role played by parents changes with the growth stage of the child. 4. Give your children sufficient love and intimacy before they are 5 years old; but around 6 years old, love alone is not enough, and you must occasionally learn to be a \”strict father and strict mother\”; especially after entering school life, after all, it is a good habit , if you are not strict, you cannot cultivate it. Elementary school is the beginning of a child’s learning career. It is normal for children to be lazy, fearful of difficulties, and lack perseverance. These behaviors require parents’ guidance and supervision to help their children overcome these difficulties. Don\’t just expect children to be self-conscious. At the beginning of the establishment of children\’s initiative, parents have to put in more effort than their children. The concept of time has been cultivated since childhood and the habit of completing homework within the specified time has been developed. A friend once complained that his son in fourth grade often lost points in exams because he could not finish the test paper. However, the child usually likes to \”work hard\” when doing homework at home. It only takes 10 He can spend more than half an hour on a 10-minute job. It\’s not that he can\’t write, but he doesn\’t have a sense of urgency when studying. When it comes to exams, problems arise when allocating time to do questions. Children\’s concept of time should be developed from an early age. What should I do if my children don’t take the initiative to learn? How to Make Children Fall in Love with Learning Efficient Accompanying Course Completed mp3 Children who know how to manage time tend to do things in an orderly manner, with clear priorities, and have a higher ability to allocate time. As for how to do it, it is very simple: help preschool children understand and perceive time. You can use clocks and hourglasses to feel the passage of time; set a deadline for necessary things to increase the child\’s sense of urgency. For example, you can only watch half of the TV. hours, play for 10 minutes before going to bed, etc.; cultivate children\’s punctuality habits; do urgent things first before playing; don\’t underestimate this order, sticking to it will solve most procrastination problems; let children experience doing things The benefits of \”fast\”, such as the time you gain to do the things you like;Regarding homework, it is necessary to discuss the start time and duration with the child at the beginning. For example, if you agree that you should go home and do your homework first after school, then try to make this a habit. This arrangement has two advantages: First, when the children get home, they will know that it is time for homework when they look at the clock, saving their parents repeated nagging. Second, with time limits, children will learn more efficiently. Some children can finish a math test paper in 60 minutes at school, but they tend to procrastinate at home. Deadline is the primary productive force. It is an invisible pressure that can help children stop procrastinating when doing homework. If the child is serious and completes it ahead of schedule, let him allocate the extra time himself. It doesn’t hurt to watch animations, play with classmates, or read comic books. When a child experiences the benefits of doing things quickly, it will be easier to motivate him to take the initiative to do something next time. Help children build confidence in doing homework. The motivation for children to persist in active learning is a sense of accomplishment. Sometimes children are reluctant to do homework, not entirely because they like to procrastinate and dawdle, but because they do not feel any sense of accomplishment or confidence in this matter. When he regards homework as a painful thing, his first reaction becomes avoidance. This kind of performance is also called the \”fear of difficulty\” emotion. In an episode of \”Teacher Please Answer\”, there was a little boy who was troubled by his parents. When he mentioned the reason why he was distracted and dilly-dallying, he said this sentence, which is worthy of our reflection: \”Whenever there are difficulties, I When I get stuck, I can\’t read the next questions at a glance. Anything that stumps me will make me lose focus.\” The child\’s words were touching. He admitted frankly: It was the difficulties that trapped me. This is also one of the dilemmas faced by many dawdling children: there is too much homework and they are afraid that they will not be able to finish it. The questions are too difficult and they cannot do them. The children develop anxiety, so they learn to escape, desert, and do various small actions. Facing such a child, urging will not work. His distraction and procrastination are actually a cry for help. What parents need to do is to help their children build up the confidence of \”I can do it\” when it comes to homework. First, divide daily homework according to difficulty, start with simple ones to increase children\’s confidence in doing homework, and do not let children feel afraid of difficulties from the beginning. Second, when there is too much homework, the tasks can be divided into small chunks, making it easier for children to focus and complete. Third, we must see the progress of our children, even if it is small progress, we must encourage it in a timely manner. Finally and most importantly, we must learn to \”forbear\”, be able to bear not blaming the child, and be able to bear to tell the child the answer immediately. Sometimes after asking a question many times, the child still gets it wrong. We easily lose patience and start to become hysterical. In the end, we become the most painful group of parents among the parents who help with homework. In fact, if you don\’t know how to solve the problem, it may be an ability problem or an attitude problem, but it can still be solved as long as you carry out targeted training. On the contrary, the more parents emphasize that their children cannot do well, the less they will do well and the less they want to do it. We cannot increase the helplessness and pain that children experience when doing homework. What parents do when their children are doing homework is very important. The establishment of self-awareness is a long and complicated process, in which parents\’ role models and family environment are critical. heard of thisThere is a story about a family who loves to watch TV, which makes the first-grade child restless every time he does homework. He needs to drink water and go to the toilet. Every time he comes out, he stands in the corridor and watches helplessly. The TV wouldn\’t move for a long time. When adults find out, they always yell at him: \”Go in and do your homework!\” But no one is willing to turn off the TV for the child. Gradually, the first thing the children did when they came home from school became to watch TV. After being reminded of their homework hundreds of times, the children took their time to open their schoolbags. This kind of scene is very common in life. Not only do we fail to create a suitable learning environment for our children, but we also use mobile phones, TVs and other items to seduce the children\’s hearts. It is conceivable that children who grow up in this kind of family have less initiative in learning. A mother who got the top score in the college entrance examination once said: \”The process of supervising your children to develop good habits is very painful. You have to supervise and pay attention to them all the time. In this process, parents must also be self-disciplined and not abandon their children like many people do now. Playing with your phone.\” Indeed. What parents do when their children are learning at home matters. The best choice is to read a book next to you. When your child encounters difficulties, you can help him in time. It doesn’t matter if you don’t like reading. Give your child a quiet learning environment, try not to chat next to your child, don’t watch TV or cell phone videos, and get rid of external interference so that your child can focus on learning. How can I write my homework quickly? Efficient homework lessons for children aged 5 to 12, all 12 MP4 lessons. We always hope that children can learn consciously and proactively, and stay away from those \”low-level pleasures\” that are easily addictive. However, the shortcut is to show them to children: \”Good habits, parents insist on them.\” Practice; I won’t do bad living habits, and I hope you won’t do them.” This is the most convincing education. Teaching by example is far greater than words. What a child sees is more educational than what he hears. Conscious parents are better able to raise a conscious child.