Quoting Patti.:" My just turned 9 year old is the same way. We do his home work every day, yet he never turns it in. If ... [snip!] ... to class every morning. He begs me not to because Ill embarrass him, and I just tell him tough smurf. Turn your stuff in then"
Quoting Blair Waldorf (SuperKink):" I never did homework in high school and was getting a 96 in math. I would've had a 100 if I had turned ... [snip!] ... and refused to have me tested for advanced classes so I stopped making an effort and my grades dropped to Bs and low As."
Quoting Dōngtiān:" I had problems like this when I was in public school (around her age up until my senior year). Getting ... [snip!] ... did grounding. Maybe try having a parent teacher conference with her to see what all three of you can do to help her succeed. "Same here I was getting Cs and Ds with a couple Fs. I did the work, but not well. I also failed tests a lot even when I studied. No punishments ever worked. My parents finally went the route of teaching me how to study for a test and stayed up with me to do homework. They also got teachers involved. I was a good kid, just a poor student who really needed the help. In high school I did tons better. Personally I think some of it was also my maturity level.
Quoting Moses.:" Parents are not allowed to walk children in at their school or I so would. I just don't get it. She does the work, why not get your smurfing grade for it?! "
Quoting Clk:" Same here I was getting Cs and Ds with a couple Fs. I did the work, but not well. I also failed tests ... [snip!] ... student who really needed the help. In high school I did tons better. Personally I think some of it was also my maturity level."
Quoting Mann Makin' Mama[BBM]:" Keep an email relationship with the teacher to make sure she turned in her work. If its in her folder, ... [snip!] ... work. If its in her folder, shouldn't the teacher take up folders to get it out? That's how my nieces teacher does and she's 8"
Quoting Spencer Pratt:" <blockquote><b>Quoting Mann Makin' Mama[BBM]:</b>" Keep an email relationship with ... [snip!] ... needs some sort of accommodation (extra prompts/ reminders, leeway on due dates, extra communication for you with her teacher)."