Few children like to do their school homework. Usually they strive to complete this process as quickly as possible in order to get hold of computer games, or, on the contrary, drag it out until late at night. The best way to get your child to do homework quickly is to get them interested.
If your child does not like to do homework for the reason that he is impatient to sit down at the computer as soon as possible, in no case tell him that the sooner he copes with the work, the sooner he will be able to take a seat at the monitor. Better tell him that the computer here is not a hindrance at all. You can also do your homework with it. Even if the school only accepts handwritten ones, the machine can be used as a handy electronic draft that can be quickly corrected. And modern children know how to type on the keyboard much faster than writing on paper. You will have to rewrite the final version in a notebook only once - when it is completely ready.
If your child insists that the television be turned on during homework, do not interfere. Practice shows that the sound background is capable of not distracting if it is completely quiet.
Many children find it difficult to memorize anything - from poetry to chapters of a history textbook. A computer or any device with a voice recorder function - at least a mobile phone - will also help here. Let the child, having come from school, once dictate the text that he has to remember. Then play back the recording you made every ten minutes, and so on until it’s time to sleep. The child himself will not notice how he learns everything by heart.
Teach your child to use mnemonic techniques when memorizing dates. This skill will be very useful to him when studying history.
If a school subject seems boring to your child, get him interested. For example, while helping him with his physics homework, try with him to repeat the experience he saw earlier in the lesson (provided, of course, that the experience is safe), even if it was not asked. Tell him in a fascinating way which of the values measured in the course of the experiment corresponds to which seemingly faceless letter in the formula.