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08/14/2014
The bell rings announcing the end of the school year and your children couldn’t be more happy; it’s time to enjoy the summer activities and take a well-deserved break from school stress. 

Although summer is a great opportunity for your children to relax, it should also be a time to go over school material and practice the academic skills they acquired in school. Otherwise, they are at risk of suffering from summer learning loss. 

If you want to know more about this problem, the following post created by The Tutoring Center in Hillsborough, may interest you. 

What is It?

Lack of academic activities during the summer can lead to learning losses of approximately two months worth of knowledge. This can cause your children to fall behind in class, and in extreme cases can force teachers to reteach previous material.

How to Avoid It?

While school officials are discussing if they should modify the school calendar to avoid this situation, there are many things you can do at home. The most important is motivating your children to read. You can also take your children to museums and other stimulating activities.

Summer Tutoring

The benefits of summer tutoring are countless; it helps your children to review school material, creates a routine, stimulates the minds of your children and also helps them coping with school anxiety. Plus, it will get your children out of the house for a few hours.

Summer vacations started a while ago, but it’s never too late to enroll your children in a summer tutoring program, that provides them the academic abilities and strategies to start a new school year with confidence. 

Remember that The Tutoring Center offers a free test of educational achievement to assess the strengths and weaknesses of your children. Consider us next time you are looking for tutoring in Hillsborough

To schedule a free diagnostic assessment, please call (908) 829-4253.

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