If you regularly read our blog post, you surely know that we often talk about the importance of an online maths learning program for your child. These programs not just enhance the mathematical skills of your child but have other benefits too. They save time for commute and can be accessed from anywhere in the world. One can go through a lesson again and again.
However, even after so many benefits of these classes, sometimes the children cannot achieve the results their parents expect them to. While online classes can teach so many topics in detail, some students face trouble even in the primary maths CBSE syllabus.
Parents of such students show concern regarding this issue. They know that the online mathematics classes are teaching well, as fellow students are performing well. So, the problem may be with the proper utilization of the online maths class. In this post, we will share some tips with the parents to see their child excel as per their expectations and make full use of the online maths learning program.
Tip 1: A peaceful Environment
To study and to concentrate, the child should have an environment that is appropriate for studying. Take an example of the classrooms in the schools. Proper etiquette is maintained there. The teachers do not allow students to make noise. Since there is a pin drop silence there while a class is going on, the students can focus on studying.
At home, there is no teacher to maintain silence or decorum. If there are other children in the house, their noises can distract your child. If that is the case in your household, make sure that your child gets the right environment.
Even if there are no other children to prevent concentration, there can be various elements that may not allow your child to focus—for example, noise from the road close by or from a neighbour’s house. Indeed you cannot enter a neighbour’s house and tell them to stay quiet, but you can make sure that your child gets to study in the quietest corner of the house. Designate that area as the study desk of your child. Whenever the child has to take an online class, make sure they get the right environment.
Tip 2: Keep Distractions Away From Them
Children get distracted easily by various kinds of things. Even your phone ringing can be a distraction to your child, especially while studying. So, to help your child focus, make sure that you keep your phone in silence mode while he or she is learning in an online class. Make sure that all other distractions are also not preventing your child from concentrating.
Tip 3: Inspire The Child, Not Force Them
Many parents are ambitious about their child’s studies and career. Doing so is not wrong but forcing them to study for that is. Children are sharp, and when you force them to study, they might start pretending to study but may not be focusing. In such a situation, the child’s time and the parent’s money is going to waste.
If you want to prevent this, you will have to inspire your child to study instead of forcing them. To inspire them, you can lure them with their favourites. For scoring a good grade on a basic test, you can reward them with something they like a lot.
Another way to inspire children is to talk about great people who are doing a great job because they were serious about their studies when they were children. While children are smart, they are also innocent and can easily take inspiration from a good thing.
Tip 4: Do Not Concentrate Only On Their Studies
Studying through an online maths learning program does not mean that a child has to focus on that itself. A parent must allow the child to have some recreation too. Please encourage them to play and have fun. If the focus is kept only on studies, the child will feel bored and not make the proper utilization of what he or she learns in the online program. In such a situation, the child may not be able even to understand the basic maths CBSE syllabus of their class.
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