The Tutoring Center, Milpitas CA


Summer break is synonymous with breaking out of the regular routine. However, doing so can have its downsides, as having no routine at all may mean that your child will end up lost. To help them out in this respect, you can create a summer routine for them that can provide structure for their days off school.

How to Create a Summer Routine for Your Child

  1. Before you start creating a summer routine, you should go over the family plans for the summer (trips, special dates, important appointments, etc.). While you do, consider what your child wants to do with their summer as well.
  2. The next step is to create a daily schedule for your child's summer break. In it, you should set time for them to sleep, eat, do chores, have downtime, and engage in other activities. This will help define their days.
  3. It would be ideal if your child had a daily activity that could keep them busy. Enroll them in classes, take them to a summer camp, or try another activity to make their summer break more fun and beneficial.
  4. While summer break is for resting, this doesn't mean your child is exempt from doing chores. In fact, an easy daily chore (like cleaning their room), will exercise their sense of responsibility and duty while they're not in school.
  5. As a final tip, remember to have fun. Yes, keeping a routine is important, but you should be flexible and allow some spontaneity in your child's summer vacation.

If you'd like your child to benefit from one-to-one summer tutoring sessions, call The Tutoring Center, Milpitas CA at 408-263-5377. They can ensure your child will learn over their break. Call to schedule a free consultation.


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