The simplest reason why children may not want to study is that studying is too easy and writing homework is therefore difficult. And what is too easy is not interesting. And if it is not interesting, then the desire to do this disappears. This happens in the first grade in children who were very well prepared for school, and at an older age in gifted children for whom the school curriculum is narrow and not complex enough. Well, everything is quite simple here: in order to “force” a child to learn, you need to go beyond the program, awaken the dormant interest in the learning process.
If a child is unable to write, then naturally he needs help. It is advisable, of course, to do this with the help of school or college teachers and in agreement with them, but if you can’t agree, then on your own, if not, then you will turn to the college essay service for help. Let the child not be limited to what the teachers ask, but look for additional information on the topics studied, try to come up with new ways of solving problems, formulate definitions and rules in their own way, propose a hypothesis and conduct experiments that confirm or refute it, perform creative or research projects, and etc.
Sometimes it happens that even before entering school, a child has lost interest in learning and the desire to learn new things, and therefore he does not want to study, although he generally has good intellectual abilities. Most often this happens in the first grade. Who is to blame? As a rule, the responsibility for the current state of affairs lies with adults who, trying to prepare the child for school, forced them to learn letters, numbers, write, count and read, but he resisted this in every possible way, it was difficult, incomprehensible and uninteresting for him, and, in fact, until needed. In general, it must be said that preparing for the first grade is not at all about this, and if you force things and prematurely load a preschooler with what they should be taught at school, then most likely the result will not be at all what you expect, but just the opposite.