Many parents do not think it is important for children to do their homework at home as well, but we want to do them better, even though our homework is just the basis for their later success."If kids learn from a certain age that they need to complete certain tasks to keep their lives in order, they will be able to adapt more easily to the challenges they face," he said. Julie Lythcott-Haims, who based the study on a major research project. He found that adults who did more of their homework as a child were happier, more successful, and more able to work with their colleagues at work, for example.Let me help you in our house! "Not having a kid take it with you, take it out of the trash, or help with the washing and doing the washing doesn't mean somebody else is doing it for you," Lythcott-Haims explained. "In other words, not only do they get the job done, but they also know that the job has to be done and everyone has to take their share of the task." (Via)Also worth reading:
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