It’s pretty common for students to want to take the summer off when it comes to learning. Students, teachers, and parents are all aware of this. The students look forward to the break and the teachers just hope they retain everything they learned that year, particularly come Fall when they return. This has a lot to do with the fact that, by May or June, the kids and teachers are bound to be exhausted; especially in this different and ever-changing COVID-19 year.
A lot of schools and teaching staff try to solve this problem by implementing summer assignments like reading, book reports, or math packets. Although it’s a likely possibility that students will save these tasks for the last few weeks of summer, and [in that case] the point becomes moot. So how can we, as parents and guardians, make sure the knowledge stay fresh in our children’s minds so the fall transition back to school is much easier? There are a plethora of ways, and hopefully, you’ll read about some you might want to try here.
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Additionally, if you want your child to be in a school/class-type setting during the summer, Miles Smart Tutoring can offer just that. Give us a call at (813)-328-3036 or visit https://milessmarttutoring.com/.