The Tutoring Center, Allen, TX



Preparing Your Student for the New School Year

A report card includes much more than just the grade a child earned, it also includes a multitude of notes from their teachers which can help during the summer break. The Tutoring Center, Allen TX has prepared some information on the topic, below.

Is There a Theme?

Start by carefully reading through each of the notes in your child’s report card to identify a theme. For example, if your child struggled when it came time to present their work to the class or with public speaking in general then it’s reasonable to expect multiple notes on the matter. Continuing with the public speaking example, here are some great activities to try over the summer break:
  • Copy entire pages or paragraphs from your child’s notebooks and textbooks from the previous year and use them as part of a reward system. For example, if your child needs a ride to the mall to see their friends, ask them to read a page aloud to the family, first.
  • Reading your mail aloud as you drive completing your errands not only allows your child the experience of reading a range of writing styles but it also allows parents to track their child’s progress.
  • Reading non-educational short stories to the family each night before bed not only helps with public speaking but also builds a positive connection with reading.
Of course, if your student experienced a different struggle, adapt these tips or simply create your own small ways to introduce learning into their day.

Summer Tutoring Can Help Your Student

If you are worried about your child falling behind in the new school year or they need some help raising last year’s B to an A+, one-to-one summer tutoring can help. To find out more, speak with a learning expert during your free initial diagnostic assessment at The Tutoring Center, Allen TX Born. Call today at (214) 383-4000 and find out why more and more parents are turning to the benefits of summer tutoring.


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