The Summer of 2020 has been anything but normal and I'm sure we are all thinking the same thing, "when is normal going to return?" With the recent outbreak of COVID-19 across our nation, we've all have been reconstructing our lives almost on a daily basis. Not only us adults but also our children.
Students caught wind of a maybe exciting announcement of early release from school but a rude awakening of transitioning to an unfamiliar territory of online schooling. Some kiddos never received any school work since the shutdown.
As an educator and a soon-to-be-mom, I know that the mind of a child is meant to grow. It is critical for their brains to be actively working and not solely active playing/looking on screens (Television, phones, video games etc.).
COVID has taken a hold of our day to day activities outside of the home however it has never taken a hold of our minds and what we can do to keep them happy and healthy.
Paige To Page Tutoring is very proud to say that we've continued to grow our students through this pandemic. Advancing your student's education should be the number one priority to any parent as it not only keeps them more alert but it brings them confidence.
How do you advance your student's education so they are prepared and confident stepping into the next school year, you ask? Simple answer: Continue their studies on a daily basis.
Step 1: Find Their Strengths and Weaknesses
Paige To Page Tutoring offers FREE evaluation tests that can be mailed or emailed directly to you that is an end of the (grade they just completed) test. This covers math, reading, spelling, and grammar. You can either request the answer sheet to be sent to you or have one of our tutors look over it, free of charge.
Step 2: Creating a Plan of Action
Daily learning is a necessary power move if you received poor results from your student's evaluation test. Why? Because, if your student has not conquered the building blocks from the previous year, they will most likely have a harder time moving to the next level with confidence. So, create a plan. You can use a calendar or print out a fun one for you and your student to use for reference. This installs a healthy habit of routine which is good for not just your student but you as well.
Step 3: Picking Days and Times