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12/13/2017

Help Your Child Get Ahead This Winter Break

Most students look forward to winter break because they think the break is synonymous with sleeping in and playing video games all day. However, in order to make the most of these weeks, encourage your child to stay academically active. Use these tips to help them take advantage of their school-free days.

Have a Winter Break Plan

Before winter break even arrives, sit down with your child and come up with a winter break plan. Your child doesn't have to spend their entire break with their head buried in a textbook, but it does help to come up with some academic goals. Ask your child what they would like to accomplish and hash out a plan to get there together. Doing this can give their break the structure and purpose they need to stay productive.

Take a Winter Class

Although winter break may be short, there are plenty of schools that offer winter classes. Your child doesn't have to enroll in a Trigonometry class, but some type of class that keeps them thinking and active will be ideal. Look for winter classes at the local college or even online.

Get Some Professional Experience

Encourage your older student to look for opportunities over winter break that offer professional experience and opportunities to network with professionals. A winter job, internship, or even volunteering opportunities can give them great experiences they can include on their resume and college applications. They can also use this experience to meet professionals in the field they're interested in.

Winter Tutoring in Columbus OH

Winter is the perfect time to enroll your child in tutoring in Columbus. The Tutoring Center, Columbus OH can help your child catch up on lessons they missed or even help them get ahead on upcoming lessons. To learn more, contact their learning center at (614) 459-0091.

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