When it comes to developing good study habits, it is never too early for kids to start learning. A routine should be established to encourage kids, particularly kindergartners and preschoolers, to read every single day.
Parents can help even very young children to develop skills in focusing, memorization, and organization while completing a puzzle or teaching them their address. Spelling out words is another excellent way to provide assistance to even the youngest learners, as is helping them to understand the importance of setting priorities and having things organized. Allowing children to come up with their own method of organization, so long as it actually works, is an important step toward independence.
Trial and error is also an important part of learning that helps youngsters to develop skills, as some may prefer to get homework done the moment they arrive home from school, while others may prefer to have a break and a snack prior to starting.