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Private In-Home and Online Summer Tutoring in Louisville, KY

Receive personally tailored Summer lessons from exceptional tutors in a one-on-one setting. We help you connect with in-home and online tutoring that offers flexible scheduling and your choice of locations.

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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.

Private 1-on-1 Tutoring by top UofL Grads. We serve Louisville and all suburbs.

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Louisville, KY Summer tutoring
The student had an end of the year project in which he had to fill a binder with staple assignments from his academic year. We determined the best organization for this project and then got to work putting it together. This included making sure he found old work, as well as making label pages and placing everything in plastic sleeves. I made sure he knew how to finish it up organizationally and that he had all of the materials he needed.
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Louisville, KY Summer tutoring
Today's work centered on the pupil's biology review. We reviewed each topic, documented the proper information, and created flashcards.
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Louisville, KY Summer tutoring
Today the student and I focused on algebra and took two quizzes, on which he scored a 90 and an 88. We also spent time covering the next 5 algebra assignments. He completed his computers exam with a perfect score of 100 percent. Great work today!
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Louisville, KY Summer tutoring
The student and I discussed the first five chapters of King Solomon's Mines in detail. We did a vocabulary exercise. We practiced note taking, data organization, and essay outlining.
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Louisville, KY Summer tutoring
The student just took her math exam. We are waiting for the results. She completed her science notes and continued working on her English packet. I am trying to have her start organizing herself for finals week.
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Louisville, KY Summer tutoring
Tonight, the student and I put the finishing touches on her photo journal project for American History. She had to provide three facts about each of the six pictures she selected for her project. I brainstormed ideas with her, but she made the final selections for what she wanted to say about each picture.
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