2. Have predictable schedules which help regulate emotions and provide structure (see examples below) and involve your child in making the schedules so they have ownership.
3. Ensure exercise and movement is occurring on a regular basis, such as walks, Go-Noodle, Wi Sports, bike rides, etc.
Below that are a variety of visual tools parents can use to itemize tasks and motivate your child to do their work. Duration maps and checklists are a great way to structure time on-task (First) and allow kids to have something to always "work for", or earn and look forward to, (Then) contingent upon meeting those expectations. The tools below are for a variety of age and ability levels. These tools provide the needed structure and predictability to prime the brain for learning.