Parental Homework Help

Do you think parents should give a hand with their children’s homework?

8 Answers

  1. The parents should definitely get involved. Until the puberty period, the parents are the main authority to their children, and up until the child is seven they copy their parents.
    The homework as such may not be the biggest problem here, but the kids have to learn how to collaborate with other people.

    Anusika Anusika Answered
  2. Well yes, but too many parents just do the homework for their kids in the end, I think.
    They have to know where to stop.

    The Thirteenth The Thirteenth Answered
  3. They can check to see if the kid’s got it right. They can pick a similar problem and show the means of solving it. If that’s what you mean by giving a hand – then yes, they should. If you mean parents doing the children’s homework fr them – heck no.
    Make a child face the challenges and deal with them like a person.

    David LL David LL Answered
  4. Why not teach the children to search for the info they need?
    I mean they don’t need to learn everything by rote, do they, this is 21st century we’re talking about, right?
    Everything is available for someone who can search.
    Teach them how to google, explain them why it’s bad to plagiarize, get involved. It’s okay to start at an early age I think, you want your child to become real independent and make their own decisions and deal with their problems and so on, then that’s the best help you can give.

    Dolores Dolores Answered
  5. yes they must help how else can the chils learn the parent have a duty

    Sandy Sandy Answered
  6. Yep. The key word here is “help” tho. To help someone do smth doesnt mean you should do it for them.

    SmartAmy SmartAmy Answered
  7. What they should do is to help children figure out the answers themselves I mean give them hints teach them problem-solving maybe give a book to read that sort of thing

    KK KK Answered