The Tutoring Center, Santa Clara CA



Back-to-School Tips to Help Your Child Succeed

After a summer full of road trips, late nights and a sporadic schedule, getting back to school and early mornings can be challenging for you and your high schooler. The Tutoring Center in Santa Clara has some tips that will get you and your teenager back to school on a decent schedule in no time:

Make Time for Breakfast

With all the mental and physical development that takes place in your teenage years, starting the day with a good breakfast is extra important for your high schooler. Besides its nutritional value, breakfast can also be a nice time to be together before everyone goes to work and school for the day. Breakfast can be an opportunity for positive conversation before the day starts, to wish your child good luck on their history presentation or ask them what their plans are after school.

Do It the Night Before

To prevent your mornings from getting extra crazy, get what you can ready the night before! Backpacks packed with finished homework assignments, lunch money on the table ready to go, or anything your teen might need that day, such as gym clothes, can all be waiting for you when you wake up the next morning, allowing you and your high schooler to have a nice breakfast together without the chaos of getting everything else ready for the day.

Getting Enough Sleep

Along with a healthy diet and exercise, getting enough sleep is crucial during your formative teenage years. While it might not always happen, shoot for at least 8 hours of sleep every night for your high schooler. Getting on a good schedule of going to bed early at a similar time each night will also make your mornings more pleasant and your days more productive.

Tutoring in Santa Clara, CA

After you get them off to school in the mornings, there are still many challenges awaiting your teen at school. For any extra help with reading, writing or math through one-to-one tutoring or private tutoring in Santa Clara, please give us a call today at (408)816- 7825 for more information.


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