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07/29/2015

Fun Ways to Keep Your Child Learning

Summer break doesn't mean your child's learning should take a break. Provide some fun activities for your child to participate in and continue learning all through the summer. They don't have to know that they're participating in academic activities, just make sure they have fun. The Tutoring Center in Orlando has some fun ideas you can easily do with your child.

Backyard Camping

A fun camping trip doesn't have to take you far from home. You can go camping with your child right in your own backyard. Take a hike in your yard and look for bugs. Try to identify the different bugs you find together. Learn what they do and their function in the ecosystem. When the sun goes down, look for constellations in the sky. Be ready with a constellation map in order to properly identify the stars you see.

Join a Reading Program

Reading programs usually open up for the summer in most libraries. Take your child to your local library and get them excited to participate. Check out the rules and the prizes they get for reading. Take your child through the library and have them pick out the books that interest them. If you don't have a library, this would be the perfect time to get one.

Create a Movie Club

Movies are a great way to get your child reading and writing. Encourage your child and their friends to read a book that has been made into a movie. Have them discuss the book once they have finished reading it and pick a day to screen the movie. They can have a movie night and compare and contrast the book and the movie.

Tutoring in Orlando

The Tutoring Center in Orlando can provide your child with the academic support they need. Our one-to-one tutoring sessions target the areas your child needs extra help with. Give us a call at (407) 777- 8229 for more information about our academic programs or to schedule your free consultation.  

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