How can a tutor help you with summer tutoring?
Summer is a time for rest and relaxation. But it is also important to make sure that your child spends at least some time studying during the summer as well. Students who do not review material during the summer are at risk of falling behind their classmates. Math and reading are the subjects that students are most likely to see skill erosion. If your child takes the entire summer off, they could potentially lose up to two months of math skills. Once this occurs they may struggle to catch back up because it may take at least six weeks for them to relearn the material once the school year starts again. In order to prevent this from occurring, your child needs to study at least two to three hours a week during the summer. This may be difficult to achieve because most students are not interested doing school work during the summer. One of the ways you may prevent this is by connecting your child with a private tutor. Call the Varsity Tutors educational directors in Louisville to find an expert summer tutor today.
Students may begin to lose skills during the summer as early as first grade. Thus, it is never too early to make sure that your child is reviewing material. Your child's tutor may help make studying enjoyable by creating games and activities based on the subject material. Their tutor may also spend enough time with them to really get to know them. This allows their tutor to work with them on topics that they enjoy. To connect with summer tutors in Louisville call the educational directors at Varsity Tutors.
Call us to find a summer tutor in Louisville, KY, who may customize their approach to your child's abilities and learning style. Working with your child on a personal level may allow your child's tutor to adapt the way they teach to accommodate your child's preferred learning style. Their tutor may also analyze their weaknesses and strengths and develop a study plan that may help them make the most of their study time. This is invaluable during the summer because most students would prefer not to study.
Your child's tutor is available to meet them either in person or face-to-face online. Their tutor may also meet them in a time and location that works best for them. So if they want to study at your house, at the Louisville Free Public Library, at Bingham Memorial Park, or at the Mayan Cafe, their tutor may meet them there. Students seeking summer tutoring in Louisville, KY, may get assistance in locating an independent tutor from Varsity Tutors.
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