Is it really so difficult for children to do their homework well?

Many parents find it difficult to understand why their children just don’t like to do their homework. It seems that it is obviously a very simple thing and only needs to be completed on time, but the children are repeatedly procrastinating, full of mistakes and even refusing to do their homework.

Many parents explain this as their children are too lazy or do not listen to lectures in class, followed by scolding or attending cram schools. However, the result is often that cram schools are not effective and scolding is ineffective.

Homework problem, what should I do?

What do parents think of their children’s homework?

More than half of the parents who come to me to consult their children’s problems are due to homework problems. To sum up, parents generally attribute their children’s homework problems to the following aspects:

    Children do not finish their homework on time unconsciously. I didn’t listen carefully and couldn’t do my homework. There is no time plan, which delays the time to finish the homework. There is too much homework to finish. Children do not study hard, do not take the initiative, and are slow and negative in their homework. Not up to parents’ expectations, too many mistakes affect the progress of homework.

So, how do parents generally deal with these problems?

    If you don’t write on time, supervise your child to write until it is finished. If you don’t write carefully, you will criticize why your child can’t guarantee the quality. Help children finish their homework and complain about schools and teachers in front of their children while doing everything they can. Cold treatment of children’s problem of not doing homework, turn a blind eye; If the expected results are not achieved, the children will be enrolled in classes to continue their studies.

But even if parents do this, they usually cannot solve their children’s homework problems, sometimes even getting worse and worse. What exactly is the problem?

Procrastination, sometimes children’s protest

Case 1: Giving Children Too Heavy Homework Tasks