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09/11/2018



Need Help Getting Your Child out of Bed?

If you find it hard to get your child out of bed in the morning and they are always late for the bus, below are some easy-to-adapt tips from The Tutoring Center, Long Beach which can help make their early mornings actually early!

Allow for a Snooze in the Morning

If your child uses an alarm, instead of setting it for the time they need to get out of bed, set it 10-15 minutes earlier. This extra time to stay in bed, have a stretch, and prepare their brain to get up can work wonders for a student who struggles to wake up and get out of bed straight away.

Leave Their Phone in the Kitchen

Many students take their electronic devices to their bedroom with them at night and continue using them in bed instead of going to sleep. To prevent this, ask them to leave their electronic devices in the kitchen or in the bathroom before they go to bed. Not only can this remove a night-time distraction, but the need to get out of bed to check their messages and view the latest social media posts can be a great morning motivator.

Discourage a Nap

If your child returns home from school tired, they likely take a nap. While this may help them to feel better, it works against them when it comes time to go to bed a few hours later. Instead, encourage them to complete a fun activity or have them help you to cook dinner and prepare the table for your evening meal. This can exhaust their brain and body, helping them to sleep and wake up ready to get out of bed and start the day.

Improve Grades With Tutoring in Long Beach

If you know that your student is capable of achieving grades higher than last year’s report card showed, one-to-one tutoring in Long Beach can help. Speak with The Tutoring Center, Long Beach today at 562-653-4380 to learn about the benefits of subject-focused tutoring in Long Beach and to book your free initial diagnostic assessment.

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