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09/11/2018



Help With Getting Your Children out of Bed

With the new school year here, many parents will find it hard to get their children out of bed on time in the morning. After all, their students have spent weeks staying in bed until all hours of the morning. To help you in this regard, below are some great tips from The Tutoring Center, Humble on the subject.

Move Their Electronic Devices

Sure, your student may go to their bedroom and get into bed on time, but are they actually going to sleep or are they staying awake using their electronic devices? To prevent this, require them to leave their devices outside in the kitchen. With this rule in place, there won’t be any distraction to keep them awake at night. Of course, it also helps to get them out of bed in the morning as they will need to wake up and get out of bed to read the latest social media posts and chat with their friends.

Discourage Napping

On the subject of sleeping, many children return home from school feeling tired and instinctively take a nap. While this makes them feel better in the short term, it can also make it harder to fall asleep for the night in a few hours when it’s time to go to bed. Instead of allowing napping, find a fun and active activity for them to complete when they return home from school or include them in preparing the night’s meal to keep their brain and their bodies awake.

Tutoring in Humble Can Help Improve Grades

Whether your student struggled with their lessons in the last school year or there is one subject which poses a particular challenge, subject-focused tutoring in Humble can help. Speak with The Tutoring Center, Humble at 832-644-1404 to learn about the benefits of tutoring in Humble and to book your free initial diagnostic assessment where a learning professional can answer any questions you have about how one-to-one tutoring can improve our child’s grades.

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