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If they don’t try and fail, it is not a reflection of their intelligence; it is due to lack of motivation or irresponsibility. These labels they can live with; the label “stupid,” they can’t! 8. TOO MUCH HOMEWORK. Many kids simply cannot keep up with the projects, tests, quizzes, reading and other assignments they are given. Here is a general guide for the typical amount of time children should be expected to spend on homework each school day. Grades K-2, about 10-20 minutes. Grades 3-6, about 30-60 minutes. Grades 7-12 will vary considerably, depending on subjects, projects due, tests, etc., but a reasonable average is about two hours, with more on weekends, as needed, for major projects and exams. If your child spends considerably more than this on homework, look into the cause. Begin by having a conversation with the teacher. If the problem is class-wide, hopefully the teacher will make adjustments. If the problem is limited to your child because your child works slowly, or has other issues discussed in this section, talk to his teacher and see what can be done to modify his assignments. 9. IT’S TOO NOISY. Many kids complain that they can’t concentrate at home.
Their siblings are running around, TVs and music systems are blaring, someone’s on the phone, people are fighting, the dog is barking, the baby is crying. I don’t know about you, but I need quiet to do work that requires thinking. Closed bedroom doors don’t help much, as the muffled sounds of chaos always manage to get through. Here is an idealistic solution. Even if it can’t be carried out fully, at least it is something to aim for. As a family, consider designating a block of time as quiet time. Normal living continues, but more quietly than usual. Kids can use the time to do homework; parents can read, balance the checkbook, and write e-mails; those who have time to watch television can do so with headphones or the sound turned low. Sometimes quiet sounds pretty good, doesn’t it? 10. THE CHILD IS TOO ALONE. Some children are lonely when required to do homework in their rooms, and don’t work efficiently in that setting. Some need continuous support and direction.