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06/07/2016
Summer is a great time for children as they take a break from school to enjoy the warm weather with their friends. However, summer is also a time when student's brains can become complacent. Along with summer tutoringThe Tutoring Center of Pearland has a few easy ways to help your child's brain remain active during the school break.

Start a Journal

Journalling is a great way for every child to practice their writing skills and reinforce any vocabulary items they learned during the recent semester. Encourage your child to write an entry each day, even if the entry is just about a visit to the mall or accompanying you to the grocery store.

Write a Book Together

Kids have great imaginations, and this can be the perfect platform to continue their learning while they are away from school. Along with your child, write a small book about the adventures during the holiday. If you both visit a local market, include tales of fighting off fruit dragons and battling high prices. While it may seem silly, mixing fun with writing is an excellent way to prevent their literacy skills from dropping.

Math in the Real World

As adults, we realize just how useful math is in everyday situations. However, children rarely share the same view. While your child is home with you, share your weekly budget with them to help them appreciate the real-world applications of math. Once you have both finished, take the budget to the grocery store and have them calculate the total as you shop.

Prevent Learning Loss With Summer Tutoring

These are just some of the great ways that you can help your child retain valuable lessons during summer and are a great complement to formal tutoring. If you are interested in helping your child succeed when school returns, speak with The Tutoring Center of Pearland at (281) 650 2246 to book a free consultation and learn more about the benefits of tutoring.

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