And perhaps the baby is easier to learn when he talks to someone about all his actions, and then you need to do homework with the child together. But just do not do the homework first-graders yourself!
In order for your student to improve the skills of independent work, teach him to use dictionaries, encyclopedias and reference books. Trying to cope with the task without outside help and find answers to all questions on their own, the baby learns to think rationally, thoughtfully. And, besides, the information learned in this way is remembered much better than the answers provided “on a silver platter”.
Step number 2. Do not focus on the flawlessness and faultlessness of the lessons
The desire of the child to do everything right is already worthy of praise. Therefore, do not force him to rewrite the completed task with blots over and over again until he does it perfectly. – Some children themselves torture themselves with self-criticism and redoing tasks several times – this should not please parents. Diligence and striving for excellence is, of course, good, but everything is good in moderation. If necessary, talk with the student together with the teacher, let him explain that homework is needed to hone abilities, consolidate and repeat new knowledge, and not for perfect memorization. Often, younger students listen more to the opinion of the teacher than their parents – at this age this is normal.
No need to give the child additional homework, in addition to those that were asked at school. Also, you should not be forced to redo badly done classwork. You can offer to check it and correct errors, but you definitely don’t need to rewrite it
Step number 3. If the first grader does not want to do homework
If, despite all the efforts made, a first grader does not want to do homework, stubbornly refuses to do homework, the first thing to do is to find out the true reason for such behavior. Perhaps a first-grader does not want to do homework, simply because he does not understand the given material, or missed the previous one. Talk to the teacher about your student’s progress, about the speed with which he learns new material, about his behavior in the classroom.
Perhaps additional classes will help correct the situation, the child will understand the educational material and stop being capricious. Maybe it will be enough just to break the Assignment homework into components, into several smaller ones, not so “global”. Having achieved a positive result in one part, the child may well be inspired by success and want to continue.
Most importantly, do not forget to praise your student for good work, and be sure to do it from the heart – children are very sensitive to insincerity. He is at the beginning of a long and difficult journey, he really needs your support and your faith in him now.