The Tutoring Center, Cypress TX



The summer learning slide can affect even the most conscientious and engaged students, leading them to attend the new school year unprepared for what is ahead. The Tutoring Center, Cypress TX knows how serious the summer learning slide is and has prepared a post on the topic, below.

How Does It Work?

When your child is at school, their brain is always learning because, in addition to classes, schools are designed to promote learning and provide a range of activities to keep a student’s brain active, engaged, and learning. However, like a wet sponge when it is taken out of water, your child’s brain begins to drip important information. Over the break this doesn’t cause a problem, however, it does cause a problem with a student sits down in their new class and can’t remember their previous lessons, leaving them to spend precious class time relearning information while their classmates continue ahead without them.

Can It Be Prevented?

Many parents’ first reaction is to consider full-time summer school, however, students not only deserve a break from full-time study, their brains actually need the downtime. The key is to find a healthy balance between an extended break from full-time study and continued learning, such as these ideas:
  • Short quizzes during a road trip or as a reward tool when your child needs a ride to the mall is great for preventing learning loss.
  • Review their notebook with them to help lesson reinforcement and even learn new information.
  • A few one-to-one Tutoring sessions can both prevent learning loss and improve any subjects or lessons a student struggled with the previous school year.

Summer Tutoring Can Help

Many parents find it difficult to help their children with homework and revision because of the complexity of modern classes. If this sounds familiar or you are just concerned about your child falling behind before the school year has even begun, Tutoring can help. Book your free initial diagnostic assessment at The Tutoring Center, Cypress TX by calling (832) 703-6514 to speak with a trained and friendly teaching professional about the benefits of summer tutoring.  


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