Don’t limit your child’s learning to classroom and school. School work is important but learning happens all the time, not just in coursework and studies. With the development of technology, there are numerous resources and opportunities available for your child to learn.
Celebrate achievements, however small. Appreciate and acknowledge a child’s efforts. Any learning tool that celebrates success is likely to motivate your child to learn.
Children have different learning styles. Some respond to audio inputs, some learn visually. Choose learning tools that best suit your child.
Don’t judge your child by grades alone. Ask her what she has learnt.
Provide opportunities to your child for unstructured activities. These help develop creativity and problem solving skills.