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12/09/2016
Winter break is the perfect chance for creative and interesting learning activities. It gives children and parents time to spend together and provides learning opportunities. The following advice can help you and your child have a more educational and interesting winter break.

How to Spend a Productive Winter Break

  • Read. We don't get tired of stating this: read, read, read. Reading never gets old, it always expands the mind and enables students to do better in all academic areas. That is why it is important that you help your child become a better reader. It is also crucial that children not only read often, but that they enjoy it. Always talk about reading as an exciting adventure. This holiday instead of getting them the latest toy, try giving your child some cool interactive books as gifts.
  • Homemade holiday cards. Writing should also be fun and should be taken on without making it feel like a boring academic task. Help your child pick out nice stickers, color pencils, and cardstock paper to decorate their homemade holiday cards. Then, have them write their friends and family a card and encourage them to either mail it out or hand it to them in person.
  • Take advantage of free holiday art and music events. There are several public areas that display art and host music events during winter break. Your local library can be one of them. Check your city's official website for interesting events and expose your child to cultural activities.

Make Winter Break Even More Productive with the Best Tutoring in Mountain View CA

This winter break, make sure your child doesn't stay behind and get them help in any academic area they require. At The Tutoring Center, Mountain View CA they offer the best academic programs for all areas that students need help in. Contact them now at (650) 396-7680 and get a free assessment.

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