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Private In-Home and Online Summer Tutoring in Minneapolis, MN
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.
How can a tutor help you with summer tutoring?
Summer is one of the worst educational times of the year for young students. Summer learning loss may be seen in students as early as first grade, and is one of the biggest contributors to achievement gaps between students of the same age and grade level. Students tend to lose two or more months worth of previously learned reading and math skills during the summer months, while nearly six weeks in the fall are spent relearning previous material. Over time, your student may create a two or more year learning deficit compared to students who studied over the summer. Only two to three hours per week of study is necessary to prevent learning loss, and Varsity Tutors is here to help increase learning and help prevent information loss in your child! We may find a tutor in Minneapolis, MN, who may take all of your summer goals into account to create an individualized study plan for your student.
When finding your student's perfect summer tutor in Minneapolis, we take into account their personality, favorite activities, learning style, and schedule. If your student is busy every morning, their tutor may meet in the afternoon or evening at your own home or the library. If your child has afternoon sports, their tutor is able to meet early in the morning at the park. A tutor may meet nearly anywhere and at anytime you want, working around your schedule to provide tutoring when it best works for your child. We may find you a summer tutor in Minneapolis who is able to create an individualized learning plan centered around your child's needs. This may include math games, unstructured learning activities, and structured review.