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03/08/2016

Facilitate Your Child´s Sucess by Instilling a Love for Learning

Getting students involved and maintaining them engaged in every lesson is not an easy task, but when accomplished it definitely renders positive results. However, when something really interests you, you are more likely to do well in it and give it your best. This means that creating a strong love for learning will facilitate your child´s academic success. For this reason, at the Tutoring Center in Hoover, we want to share two quick and easy ways to help instill in your child a love for learning.

2 Simple Ways to Instill a Love For Learning

  • Instill a curiosity for knowledge. Young children naturally have a persistent curiosity. This is the most important quality for learning and the perfect opportunity to instill a love for it. When a child asks a simple question, if they receive a quick one word answer they may or may not be satisfied. Instead of just quickly replying to their questions show them a dictionary, an encyclopedia or even a YouTube video that discusses the subject at an age appropriate level. Teach them to look through books and other resources for answers and they will eventually learn to enjoy research.
  • Encourage hobbies. This is another great way to help your child stay interested in learning. Any hobby can create many learning opportunities. From photography to gardening, almost any activity your child enjoys can become an interesting lesson. For example, gardening can allow your child to become interested in biology or they can learn about lighting and different angles with photography. The possibilities for learning through hobbies are endless.

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Learning should be an enjoyable activity, make it possible with tutoring in Hoover. Call (205) 987-9577 and take advantage of our incredible ¨Genius in Training Academic Program

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