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Private In-Home and Online Summer Tutoring in Wheaton, IL
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 learning loss is a serious thing that happens to children as young as first grade, or even kindergarten. Your child works hard for nine months to learn new, interesting subjects, and they deserve a fighting chance to remember that information over the long, lazy summer months. Experts say that children need to focus on academic subjects such as reading, math, and science for two to three hours a week during the summer months to be prevented from forgetting up to two months' worth of material before the fall begins. If you want your child to avoid summer learning loss, connecting with a private tutor for them is a great way to pursue this. Varsity Tutors will find a passionate summer tutor in Wheaton, IL, who makes your daughter or son want to learn more.
Our educational directors in Wheaton can find a tutor for your child who can work with their learning style and abilities to try to help them do well during the summer. Your student's tutor will get to know them as an individual, so that their specific needs are met. If your child enjoys computer games, their tutor can provide enough of these to help them remember the math they learned the previous year, whether it's addition and subtraction, or beginning geometry and algebraic skills. To help your child remember science, reading, and writing skills taught the previous year, their tutor may give them a creative writing assignment to last the whole summer. Summer learning is meant to be fun, and your child's tutor can find out exactly what your student considers fun, and use that to help them learn at the same time.Show More