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What are the best ways to organize a study space?


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sabihasyed February 8, 2013

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Parental Supervision.


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farmerdave January 5, 2013

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Separate it from other distractions. My daughter needs access to a computer, and we don't like a closed door along with a computer, due to the bad things that are on the web. So, we have created a quiet space, that is still open to our line of sight.


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blatchis October 12, 2011

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My child works on a old computer table in his room. He also has everything he needs at his fingertips.


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aokmom October 7, 2011

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We have a homework box that contains everything from scissors to pencil sharpeners....it's portable and so homework can be done anywhere there's a table and chair


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daleckaplan August 24, 2011

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individual bedroom or dedicated space just for study use. Have storage for pencils and papers, labeled and everything is put back in it's place before one leaves the workspace every time. Calender for reminders and centives to put on the calender


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kaylajade03 August 7, 2011

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Eliminate all distractions. I set up my grandchildren up in the kitchen table. TV's,music, computers(unless used for homework) are all distractions. I supply a quiet atmosphere that is condusive to learning.


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royallover13 June 6, 2011

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well one has to remeber that you always have to review what you are going to be quized on so study before a test and you'll do great!


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dresh34 May 23, 2011

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to have pencils and paper to get ready to take notes and be ready to pass the test or quiz you will have.


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814JERSEY May 14, 2011

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The child should have excess to computer to help with homework. Math...mathplaygound.com.,most of all the parent should check up on the child to make sure they are doing and goofing.


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814JERSEY May 14, 2011

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I meant not goofing around. no cell phone parent should be involved with their child's homework and learning. Questioning and helping , parents don't be afraid to go on line to locate an appropriate to help you and your child. use the videos...search




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