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It can be challenging when a child refuses to do homework. One approach you can try is to establish a routine and set aside a specific time each day for homework. This can help create a sense of structure and predictability for your child. Additionally, try to make the homework environment as comfortable and distraction-free as possible. You can also try breaking up the homework into smaller, manageable tasks and providing positive reinforcement for completing each task. However, if the problem persists, it may be helpful to consult with your child’s teacher or a counselor to explore any underlying issues or to get additional support.