Spending ten weeks away from the classroom can make us forget all we’ve learned through the school year. When summer comes around we have to put in extra effort to not lose all that we’ve worked for, specially when we’re in High School, taking courses that may include summer work.
If your kid is stuck with summer work for a class, it is best to help them set aside time for it. Rather than tackle it like a project and finish it in a couple of sittings, take half an hour to an hour every day to do some work. This works great because it feels much less invasive than doing homework for three days straight, and it helps create a study habit.
Similarly, you can enroll kids in summer classes. These can sound like torture, but many summer camps include academic activities to stimulate kids. These can be great for kids specially struggling in math or that have big college tests coming up. Here at MTP we offer summer courses. We like to create small groups to help students remain focused and get individual help from their tutors.
Good for students that need a reinforcement over the summer or are looking to get introduced to the basic concepts of geometry before the start of the school year.
For students going into Algebra courses or may need to strengthen their knowledge. Perfect for students starting Algebra classes.
Perfect for seniors that need to take the test early in the fall. It’ll cover SAT and ACT strategies, concepts, and practice to improve test scores.