My third grader is training L4 and the gym is her happy place. The other side of that coin is that homework struggles are bordering on too much to handle. Each week, she gets a packet (like 4-6 pages) of spelling exercises, spelling words to work on, and she needs to read a bit every day. This is not too much to ask. But because she's at the gym M/Tu/Th, Wednesdays and Saturdays turn into homework fights and anxiety attacks. I'm trying to get her to do her homework bit by bit during the rides to and from the gym so she's not packing it all into an overwhelming block, but since I'm not driving this month (I'm a freelancer on contract), I can't force her to and she just doesn't do it. Then when it's brought up at dinner, she freaks out. We can get through the end of third grade and have a summer full of gymnastics, but I'm worried about next year, when she'll have more gym hours and more homework. How do I help her find the inner discipline to get her homework done? We've always said school has to come first, and I'm reaching the point where I'm ready to pull gymnastics if it's stopping schoolwork from getting done. I don't want to threaten her with that. I want this to resolve positively. But the pressures and time constraints are only going to get worse. If you faced this, how did you solve it?