How To Help Your Kids Study With The Dad Podcast

Tired of helping your kids with homework and studying for tests?

Too bad. It's part of being a parent.

But, according to The Washington Post, there's some simple things you can do to help them study.

  1. Make a routine - set a time and space for it
  2. Make a schedule - plan on breaks
  3. Keep it fresh - constantly change it up and mix it up
  4. Test yourself - use self-quizzing as a way to check your retention
  5. Learn to teach - if they can teach it, then they clearly know it

Now Justin Worsham of The Dad Podcast doesn't inherently disagree with any of these ideas, but it's not his favorite method.

"Time may show that I am a horrible parent, but I think that failure is such an efficient teacher. My dad never showed me how to study. He simply set the expectation for what I had to achieve in school and I figured out how to get there through trial and error. If I did ask for his help, he always helped me. But there was freedom to figure it out on my own. Even in elementary school. I think that made me more independent." 

To hear more of Justin's take on the pains of parenting, free range parenting, and other parenting topics, you can check out all of his stuff at The Dad Podcast.

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