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10/22/2018



Develop Better School Habits

Bad habits are easy to develop, but they don't lead to much good. Because of this, it's important that you help your child identify their bad habits and help them replace these with better ones. Below are some examples of bad habits that can be replaced with a little bit of work.

Leave Procrastination Behind

Procrastinating is one of the worst habits for students to develop because it can lead to added stress and anxiety that is totally avoidable. Instead of leaving studying for the night before a test or homework for right before bedtime, create a homework and study routine that ensures your child gets these things done daily and at a reasonable time.

Get Rid of Distractions

Distractions can get in the way of studying and completing homework. They can also often make homework take way longer than it should and can cause your child to not absorb any of their study material. Help your child identify their biggest distractors and remove these from their study space. If they get distracted by their cellphone, make their homework space a tech-free zone. They may be unhappy about this at first, but they'll learn to make it through their homework without it.

Have a Plan

Not having a plan for a study session or homework time can leave your child open to distractions and to just sort of wander through it all. Instead, teach your child to make to-do lists or study guides that will give them something more concrete to focus on. Having this written down will help them concentrate better, helping them make better use of their time.

Tutoring in Hemet CA

Tutoring in Hemet is the perfect option for students looking to make academic gains this school year. Check out the tutoring programs offered at The Tutoring Center, Hemet CA and choose the one that best suits your child's needs. Contact their learning center at (951) 658-6549 for more information.

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