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07/07/2016

Summer Tutoring and Other Great Ways to Get Your Child Interested in Learning

The summer should be spent learning but not in a strict and rigid environment. Instead, it should be used as a time to discover and enjoy interesting learning activities. Today we want to share some tips that can help make this summer a more proactive and educational time without missing out on the fun.

2 Simple Ways to Encourage Summer Learning

  • Encourage your child to read. There are many ways to accomplish this, but one of the most productive ways is to start reading together. Make reading a family habit and place a greater emphasis on this during the summer. Read a book as a family and then act out your favorite scenes in the story in a game of charades. You can even reward them with stickers or other small gifts and incentives. You can also have book discussions and ask them about the book's characters and storyline so they can strengthen reading comprehension skills.
  • Have fun playing outdoors. All outdoor games and adventures can be turned into a learning opportunity. Going on a hike can encourage children to get curious about nature and science. Turning on the sprinklers can help kids learn about water pressure and other concepts. There are endless learning opportunities in any and every summer activity. All you need to do is take your child outside and find a fun activity that can teach your child something new that will help spark their interest to continue learning.

Summer Learning Fun With Tutoring in Hemet, CA

For a simple and truly efficient way to get your child to learn during the summer, all you need to do is enroll them in an efficient tutoring program. Not only will you avoid having your child fall behind in the summer, but you will also see many positive academic improvements. This summer, help your child enjoy learning. Contact The Tutoring Center, Hemet CA today at (951) 658-6549.

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