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Summer Goals for Students

Summer is a time for going on vacation and taking a break from all things stressful, but some structure is still needed. If your child gets bored during the summer because they don't have much to do, give them something to work towards by setting summer goals early in the season. Not sure what goals they may benefit from? Below are some examples.

Set Reading Goals

All students, no matter their age, can benefit from reading daily. Not only is this a great way to keep the summer slide at bay, it can also help your child move up a reading level or two. Before summer starts, set a goal for the number of books your child would like to complete by the end of summer. Keep track of their progress to keep them motivated through the end of their break.

Participate in Extracurricular Activities

Enrolling your child in an extracurricular activity during summer break won't only keep them active, it can also help them find their passion. Help your child develop their sports abilities, their artistic talents, or any other talent they would like to work on. When they find something they love, they will be much happier, more self-confident, and can even develop a close group of friends who share their passion.

Make Time to Study

If your child is looking forward to college applications in the coming years, encourage them to use the summer to prepare for college entrance requirements. The summer is the perfect time to study for exams like the SAT and ACT. They can get this stressful and tedious task done before they go back to school in the fall.

Summer Tutoring in Columbus OH

Help your child catch up with their academics this summer by enrolling them in tutoring in Columbus. The Tutoring Center, Columbus OH offers a number of different academic programs that can help your child make the most of their summer break. To learn more about their programs, contact them at (614) 459-0091.


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