Here are a few helpful tips that you can make use of
to avoid possible home schooling burnout:
• Know your limitations. From the very start, you
should already know your and your child’s limitations.
You are capable of doing things slowly at a time
especially if your child is still young since you have
to consider your child’s learning capacity. Most of
today’s students are average learners so you have to
take the lessons based on your child’s learning pace.
Never expect your small child to read complicated
reading selections nor your teen to ace SAT exams.
• Don’t follow strict schedules because this can
pressure your child. You can simply set an interesting
routine for your kids. Children spend most of their
time doing their routine activities like getting up
late in the morning, eat hearty breakfasts, read,
write, do light chores, and some other things. You
must insist that they finish first their routine
activities before they can play outside or with the
computer. Even the routine activities vary from day to
day but you have to make sure that you’re child
follows the routine activities. You can throw in
occasional incentives or fun activities if they finish
their routine tasks earlier.