There are many little ways in which you can help your child with their performance in school:
Keep communication lines open with your child’s teacher. Participate in parent-teacher conferences. You can let your child’s teacher to inform you if they are noticing some significant change in your child’s behavior in school, whether it is good or bad.
Check your child’s school bag at the end of the day. Make it a ritual when your child is having his or her afternoon snack. Check for homework and other school notices. It would also be good if you can teach your child to write reminders or homeworks in one notebook which you can both check at the end of the day as well.
Create a good studying environment for your child. This can be the dining room, or kitchen or living room. Just make sure that your child has all the materials and resources he or she needs. Make sure that there is no distractions whatsover – like television, radio or stero, or video games on.