Top 7 Ways to Improve kids Learning Outcomes in School

Kids Learning Outcomes
Kids Learning Outcomes
Kids Learning Outcomes: The early years of the child are the most important for the development of primary learning and emotional skills such as sadness, fear, anger, frustration, reading, writing, and joy. Parents are the first teacher of their children at home. They must plane to make strategies for improving kids' educational performance in early childhood. This article includes only some important tips to improve child educational outcome:

1. Emotional Care and Support 

Emotional care plays a key role in the development of responsible behaviors in early childhood.  The child needs emotional support to show a high level of performance in learning. Encourage your child when he performs well in school.  The emotional support helps for high levels of achievements in later life.

2.Provide the Learning Opportunities and Facilities

Every child has a natural ability to learn many skills in his early life.  A child's educational outcome depends on opportunities and facilities which are provided by the parents and school. Try to select the best school and teacher for your child. Provide all possible learning equipment such as learning games, toys, and learning environments to your kids. Create the best learning activities for your child to improve reading, writing, and creative skills.  Provide suitable facilities according to the age and interest of the child.  

3. Provide The Learning Environment at Home

The learning environment is very important for child education. Create the appropriate learning and caring environment at home for the best child learning outcomes. Set the appropriate schedule for homework.  Healthy nutrition is one of the important parts of child education. The child mostly learns from the domestic environment. Society and the domestic environment contribute to a special role in the shaping of positive behaviors.

4. Build Happy Relationship with Your Child

A healthy relationship with your kids plays a significant role in child academic achievements. A child should have the freedom to communicate with parents and can ask any question.  The child can discuss alls his social and learning problem with you without any hesitation.

5. Try to Build The Positive Sense

Help the children to enhance the ability to learn.  Provide opportunities to make the decisions independently. The child must believe that he is a worthwhile person at home and at school. Let the child deal with problems to become able to encounters them. Try to build problem-solving, decision making, and self-help skills.  This helps to increase self- confidence in children.

6. Set The Goal of Life 

Parents can help the child to set realistic goals that he can achieve. Set the goal of life according to the child's interests and abilities. Every child has their own different interests and abilities. A child should understand the future matters with the help of the home environment.

7. Try to Build Positive Behaviors

The development of positive behavior is one of the most important parts of childhood education  Try to aware of the child about moral values and social behaviors.  The good habits and attitudes play a key role in making a good self- image in early childhood.  The child mostly learns the good attitude and conduct at home and school. Try to follow the child behavioral management system to develop social behavior that helps to increase educational performance in early childhood.

In conclusion: It is important to understand that negative parenting has had a negative effect on child academic and developmental processes.  Negative parenting relates to the conduct disorder, behavioral problems, lower performance in the academic outcome.
References and sources :
  1. Jacqueline Suzanne Hotchkiss, Kimberly A. Gordon Biddle, Implementing parenting education policy to overcome parental stress and foster educational and behavioral competence in children,c California, State University, Sacramento 2009.
  2. Fasina, F. Fagbeminiyi, The Role of Parents in Early Childhood Education: A Case Study of Ikeja, Lagos State, Nigeria, Volume 11 Issue 2 Version  1.0 March 2011Type: Double Blind Peer Reviewed International Research Journal Publisher: Global Journals Inc. (USA)
  3. Child Development in the Home, Children's Bureau (DREW), Washington,

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