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Help Your Child Prepare for a New School Year

Getting ready for the new school year usually means buying new school clothes and stocking up on school supplies, but there's much more to it than that. To help your child be fully prepared, use the following tips.

Follow a Bedtime Routine

Students usually have the liberty to go to bed late and sleep in every morning during their summer break. While this is fine during the summer, not implementing a bedtime routine and an earlier bedtime at least a few weeks before the school year starts can lead to some challenges. Help your child adjust to an earlier bedtime by having them go to bed 15 minutes earlier every night until they reach their perfect bedtime. It also helps to develop a routine they can go through as they get ready for bed so that falling asleep on time every night is easier.

Develop Healthy Habits

Getting to bed on time every night is an example of a healthy habit that will help your child reach success this school year. Other healthy habits they can work on include eating a healthy breakfast every morning, making time for physical activity daily, and staying organized.

Talk About Expectations

Before the school year starts, have a chat with your child about what your expectations are for the school year. This doesn't mean you should put pressure on them to get straight A's, but rather talk about things like putting in the effort and keeping communication open. Ask your child what their expectations are so that you can have a clear understanding of their goals and how you can help them along the way.

After School Tutoring in Columbus OH

If your child could use some help reaching their academic goals this school year, tutoring in Columbus can help. The Tutoring Center, Columbus OH offers tons of academic programs that can help your child reach their academic potential. Give them a call at (614) 459-0091 to learn more!


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