School can be arduous for children who don’t show an interest in learning. Some children are naturally more inquisitive and self-motivated than others. If your child doesn’t have the desire to do well in school, you have the privilege and responsibility as a parent to help him or her develop a genuine love for learning. A simple, three-step process can help.
Step #1 – Discover
Ask your child what he likes to do. When he’s not in school and no family activities are scheduled, how does he choose to spend his time? Does he have an interest in sports, nature, history, politics or the community? The first step in motivating your child to enjoy learning is to find out what he enjoys.
Step #2 – Motivate
After identifying your child’s interests, use them to motivate…
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