The Tutoring Center, Broken Arrow OK

BLOG

09/08/2016

Help Your Child Prepare for the Return of School

Now that school is back, help your child return to classes smoothly with these tips from The Tutoring Center, Broken Arrow OK.

Set School Time Routines

One of the most difficult changes to make when returning to school is getting to bed on time. Most children go to bed later during the summer days and sleep in for longer. When school returns, your child will need to establish a bedtime routine that will allow them to get enough sleep each night. A morning routine will help them get ready for school and have a nutritious breakfast without having to run out the door. Establish routines they can follow every morning to make things easier.

Create a Homework Space

To help your child complete homework and study for exams, set up a homework space in your home. To make the space effective, be sure that it's located in a well-lit room that is away from distractions. Stock the area with basic school supplies that will be useful when completing homework. Lastly, provide your child with a comfortable chair and a spacious desk or work table.

Encourage Extracurricular Activities

School and academic success aren't solely based on what goes on in the classroom. Extracurricular activities are a great way to get your child learning outside of the classroom in fun ways. Encourage your child to pick one or two activities they want to participate in this school year and watch them grow outside the classroom. Allowing your child to participate in these fun activities is a great way to get them more excited about attending school and doing well.

Enroll Your Child in Tutoring in Broken Arrow, OK

The Tutoring Center, Broken Arrow OK can help your child reach academic success this year. To find out more about their academic programs and tutoring approach, call (918) 455-3276.  Don't forget to schedule your free diagnostic assessment!

FREE CONSULTATION

Schedule your Free Diagnostic Assessment Today!
SCHEDULE ASSESSMENT!
Learn more about 
THE TUTORING CENTER
on the national website: