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1. Establish daily homework time.
2. Emphasize the importance of homework.
3. Gather homework supplies in one place so your child does not waste time looking for pens and pencils etc.
4. Enforce the homework time; check to make sure your child starts on time.
5. Check completed homework every day.
6. Put homework in a place where the child will not forget to take it to school.
7. Work with the teacher to correct any persisting homework problems.
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