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What are ways to motivate kids to do their homework?


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samanthamgc October 11, 2012

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If you do on time the homework for a week (before playing or any other activity) we will have a picnic day at the park on the weekend


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ThalionMaxwell September 3, 2012

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Make it fun! Make a game out of it or get to play a favorite game or watch a favorite movie when it's done.


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srn98s August 5, 2012

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Get the kids together with friends and allow them to play for a hour or two afterwards, also letting them take 10 minute breaks to do what they want in between work.


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cheer101 August 3, 2012

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well i say do your homework and you'll get to stay up late and swim


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Ayup_Yubecha July 18, 2012

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In my house, we all sit and do homework at the same time. I grade papers (I am a teacher) the kids do homework. If they finish early they read, or help their siblings. After dinner we work in the same room until all the kids are done, then TV is OK.


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KayBear64 July 14, 2012

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Since I am a student I think tha thaving good teachers, and frineds have really motivated me to do things that I nee to. My teachers have become a great motivation for me, they make me feel smart. I think that teachers are a great motivation for stud


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dejadade March 22, 2012

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ROIâ??s, volunteering credits, community participation credits, For my family points, Real World Issues and Solutions Stipends, This week relevance rewards, big picture brainstorming bucks, and Incentives for Idealism in Action.


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dejadade March 22, 2012

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and then raise the bar. Nurture and reward. Restrict rewards and Redirect learning expectations for unsuccessful participation. Reward with social opportunities, experiential adventures, liberties, purchasing power. Discounts, IOUâ??s, ROIâ??s,


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dejadade March 22, 2012

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Kids are motivated by tangible rewards and restrictions. Competitions and contests are motivators. Team work motivates. Seeing the light at the end of the tunnel motivates. Accolades for accomplishments. Set the bar for initial success and then


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sentfromabove January 30, 2012

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By doing it in the funnest way possible,we have to make it exciting for them. Maybe reward them after they are done AND DID THERE BEST. Parents must be totally involved.




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