The Tutoring Center, Colleyville TX



Keep Your Child's Brain Sharp During Spring Break

There are only a few people who actually enjoy spring cleaning. However, whether you like it or not, it’s a task which needs to be completed by everybody in the family. Below is a post from The Tutoring Center, Colleyville about how you can include learning in this task.

Plan out the Day

While you may take it for granted, the skills and thought which went into the list and schedule you will use for your spring cleaning are exactly what your student can benefit from.
  • Making a list of what needs to be completed
  • Estimating the time it will take
  • Prioritizing each task
  • Planning out the day’s work or activities
If you remove the topic of cleaning from the above, you have just taught your child a valuable template to use when managing their school and study time.

Moving Large Items

If your children are much younger and struggling with basic math and spatial awareness, moving your furniture as you clean can actually teach them a lesson. Each time that you need to move a furniture item, have your young student take the measurements and then decide on where it can go while you clean the space. As your child begins to understand how it works, remove the calculation part and help them improve their visual-spatial awareness.

Tutoring in Dallas, TX Can Work for Your Student

Of course, the above isn’t an exhaustive list. However, it does give you give you an idea of how you can approach spring cleaning tasks. If your student needs a bit more help, speak with The Tutoring Center, Colleyville at (214) 517-8457 and book your free initial diagnostic assessment where you can learn about the benefits of tutoring in Dallas, TX, and how tutoring can improve your child’s grades.


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