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08/09/2017

Help Your Child Improve Their Habits This School Year

With the return of school almost here, it is important to focus on starting the school year right by tackling procrastination and other bad habits. The following are three bad habits that students should work on eliminating for a more successful school year.

3 Bad Habits You Need to Get Rid of for a More Succesful School Year

  • Tardiness. Getting to school late affects your child's learning. Teachers can't always go back and explain everything during class because it would slow down everyone else, so it is important that your child shows up to school on time and is ready to learn.
  • Poor eating habits. Not eating right may not sound like a school habit or an academic one, but it definitely affects students' academic performance. Having a healthy breakfast provides students with the brain power they need to absorb information better and improve their learning.
  • Procrastination. This bad habit affects the majority of students and is one of the hardest to get rid of.  However, when students learn to conquer their procrastination habits, they become much more successful, responsible, and efficient in their academic environment and also in other areas of their life.

Better Study Skills and Habits with Tutoring in Hoover AL

Bad habits and poor study skills can greatly affect students and their school performance. This school year, help your child focus on building better habits and improving their study skills. At The Tutoring Center, Hoover AL, your child will receive one-on-one help from expert tutors that can guide your child towards greater academic achievements. Their Study Skills Enhancemente Program is ideal for helping your child start the school year on the right path. Contact them right now at (205) 987-9577 and get your child started today.

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