The Tutoring Center, Milpitas CA



If your student’s end-of-year report card includes grades which you both expected to be higher or included teacher’s comments about challenge areas, The Tutoring Center, Milpitas CA has prepared the following article to help.

A Teacher’s Advice

Your student’s teacher is in the best position possible to understand where your child sits in relation to their classmates and identify any struggles and challenges they are facing. These comments often make their way onto a child’s report card, which can be a remarkable help over the summer break. As an example, if your child’s reading level is below their classmates’:
  • Take your child to the bookstore and allow them to choose any book they want, then take them to the picnic for a reading lunch.
  • As you prepare dinner, ask your children to read you the mail, including any flyers.
  • Write challenging words on notes and attach them to your child’s snacks, requiring them to both read the word and use it in a sentence before enjoying the snack.
Even small incidental lessons like these are great to close a learning gap, with reading material such as flyers and their choice of book opening up their vocabulary and exposing them to a range of sentence structures and writing styles, all of which help to improve their reading proficiency. Of course, this tip is adaptable to any subject, with the key being to find ways you can include small lessons into your child’s daily summer break without it seeming like they are spending their break at school.

Tutoring in Milpitas Can Help a Struggling Student

If your child needs a little more help than the above tips can provide or you simply don't understand the lesson well enough yourself, Tutoring In Milpitas can help. To find out more about the benefits of Tutoring In Milpitas, speak with a learning professional at The Tutoring Center, Milpitas CA by calling 408-263-5377 and book your free initial diagnostic assessment.


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