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12/13/2017

Signs That Indicate Your Child Needs a Math Tutor

Most students will struggle with a math assignment from time to time because, to put it simply, math is hard. A few struggles here and there are normal, but if your child is always having a hard time, they may need extra help. To decide if your child needs math tutoring, check out these signs that indicate they can benefit from extra help.

Slipping Math Grades

If your child has arrived home with a report card that looks nothing like you expected, it may be time to enlist extra help. It's best not to wait until report cards are handed out, however, so instead focus on your child's homework notes and test grades. These can help you catch math struggles early on before they cause a real issue in your child's grades.

Signs of a Struggle

Homework struggles may be normal, but it's important to note if they're part of your child's daily routine. If your child is taking noticeably longer to complete their math homework than normal or if they're asking for more help than before, they may be falling behind in class. If this is the case, enroll your child in math tutoring before they really fall behind.

Lack of Enthusiasm for the Subject

It may be unrealistic to expect students to be enthusiastic and excited about math, but if your child puts up a resistance every time the subject is mentioned, look into why this is happening. Avoiding the subject or not doing the assignments can be the result of your child seriously struggling. They may be scared or embarrassed to ask for help so they may start to avoid it altogether.

Math Tutoring in Hoover, AL

If your child is seriously struggling with math, tutoring in Hoover can put them back on the right track. Check out the academic programs offered at The Tutoring Center, Hoover AL and give their tutors a call at (205) 987-9577 to learn more.

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