No matter how much time you spend personally with your child doing homework, it matters a lot if you could give them encouraging environment that motivates them to spend more time in study room doing their work.
Give good study space
Identify your child habits to do their work in better way and give comfortable study space. Slowly and gradually as they grow, form a habit of doing their work in study room.
Help your child to be focused
Give your child quite place to do their homework. Put off your cell phones and TV set when your child is studying nearby.
Keep school supplies close at hand
Keep basic school supplies (pen, pencil, eraser, sharper, etc.) close at your child’s hand so that they can access it on their own.
Set regular time for homework
Set a fix time for your child to do their homework. Keep it either early in the morning or after school hours, but it should be fixed time on regular basis. Like breakfast, lunch or bed time, let your child form habit of homework time and stick to that routine.
Spend quality time with your child
Try to accompany them while doing homework. Give English help making them understand instructions, Q&A or problem statement. For theory subjects, offer Social studies and Science help by making them understand question and facilitate to prepare answer. Do not help them directly giving them answers.
Review your child work
Ensure that your child complete work regularly. Review their homework regularly, correct them in case of mistakes and motivate when they perform well.
Build up your child confidence with little care and know how much you take care of them.