Pin this on your refrigerator or another place where you can see it every day.
1. To try completing my work before my child’s study time so that I do not have any distractions and do not become impatient.
2. Schedule a quiet study time for my child today.
3. Help my child with the homework, but not to do the work for him/her.
4. To read, write or do something today to set a good example for my child.
5. Praise at least one effort that my child has taken towards progress today.
6. Set time aside to discuss with my child about her vision or a goal to achieve.
7. Have I encouraged my child to pray, watch the news or pursue any hobby?
8. Plan a simple activity today for my child at home that will show the practical importance of learning.
9. Reward him/her with things he/she loves for the job well done.
“Education...is painful, continual and difficult work to be done in kindness, by watching, by warning,... by praise, but above all -- by example.” - John Ruskin