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Keep Your Child's Brain Active During Spring Break

Keeping your children entertained during the spring break isn’t always an easy task. The Tutoring Center, Long Beach has a post about how you can mix spring break with your spring cleaning to help keep your child’s brain sharp.

Time Management

A previous post mentioned the difficulty students face when planning out their time and their school work. This can often result in students failing assignments or not putting enough time into their homework. As you sit down to plan out your spring cleaning list, be sure to include your children in the process. Show them how you create a list, prioritize it, estimate the completion time, and then plan everything so that it all gets done. Seeing this type of planning in action is a great way for students to get a hands-on lesson in time-management.

Spatial Awareness and Basic Math

If you have a young child in your home who is struggling with basic math, your spring cleaning can help. As you all make your way around your home, have your young student measure any furniture and calculate where else in the room it can go while you clean. Once they have the basics understood, have them complete the task without any measurements, just using their sight. As this happens, don’t be afraid to take the extra time to move furniture somewhere you know it won’t fit, if it means helping your student understand where they went wrong.

Tutoring in Long Beach Can Help a Struggling Student

If your child is struggling more than these tips can help with or their report card suggested additional learning resources, tutoring in Long Beach can help. Speak with an expert at The Tutoring Center, Long Beach by calling 562-653-4380 and book your free initial diagnostic assessment. During your first visit, a professional tutor can answer any questions you have about the benefits of tutoring in Long Beach and how tutoring in Long Beach can raise your child’s grades.


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