My 7 Year old refuses her homework. What should I do.
For some reason this year, my 7 year old daughter is refusing to do her math homework. It's not that the problems are too hard, because if we.
My son is almost 7 (first grade) and he HATES to do his homework. I have tried everything I can think of to get him to just do it. I have tried rewards, punishment, begging, asking, everything. He still flat out refuses to do it. Obviously I can't physically make him do it. He has a really hard time in school anyways so that does not make it.
My DS (7.5) does not like homework. I can sympathise. But he has roughly 45 minutes a day to do and I am fed up of him getting angry and stomping off, or refusing to do it.
Refusing to go to bed or having trouble falling asleep can be an all-too-common problem for school-age children as well. It’s important to address these issues as soon as possible. Getting enough sleep and being well-rested is particularly crucial for school-age kids.
At some point in your child's life they will do things not because you tell them to, but because they are the right thing to do. For example, a 40 year old pays their bills because in this society we pay our bills, not because their mother called and reminded them to pay their bills.
I need some help with my 15 year old son. He has REFUSED to do his home work and is now getting F in three classes. We have tried everything, talking with teachers, tutors, going to school and sitting in the libruary after school till he finishes all homework for that day but nothing seems to work and he is now lying about doing it and whether he has turned it in.
Homework is a child’s task and responsibility, however, parents also play a role: that of monitoring, supporting, answering questions and ensuring that their children complete their homework but never, never should parents do homework for their children. Not doing homework for the student doesn’t mean you can’t get involved.