Tutor Doctor's Top Reading Picks for the Summer

Tutor Doctor's Top Reading Picks for the Summer

The summer holidays are upon us, which means it’s important to start thinking of ways your children avoid the dreaded ‘summer slide.’ Reading is an excellent way to keep young minds active during the long break!

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  • How to Incorporate Learning into Your Summer Holidays

    The summer holidays are almost here, meaning for six weeks there’s going to be a lot of of spare time to fill. Here’s some fun and easy ways to incorporate learning into your summer holidays.

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  • How Gaming Can Enhance Students' Learning

    Video games are often seen by many teachers and parents as a negative activity that students play in their free time, instead of studying. Even though it’s common to focus on the potential dangers of gaming, it’s easy to forget that parent-approved games played in moderation can be highly engaging and help students develop important life skills, as well as enhance their learning.

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  • Teaching Your Teen About Managing Conflict with Peers

    Being a teenager certainly isn’t an easy time. With all the physical and emotional changes taking place, it’s no wonder friendships can get tricky. Equipping your teen with the right set of life skills to help manage conflict effectively will help them have more fulfilling friendships, be a good friend and enjoy better social experiences, both inside and outside of school.

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  • Last Minute Revision Tips for Students

    Exams are the most stressful time of year, even for the most hardworking, prepared students. With multiple exams to revise for, a hectic school schedule alongside lots of nerves and worries, the last couple of weeks can be stressful to say the least. Here’s some helpful last-minute revision tips to help students stay calm and collected during this high-pressure time and ensure exam success!

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  • Building Resilience in Kids is Important - Here's Why

    Building up resilience in kids is not only important for your child’s mental health but helps with their ability to cope with difficulties that are a part of everyday life. In fact, children with greater resilience are generally happier, better able to manage stress, deal with ups and downs such as moving house or changing schools, as well as bounce back from challenging situations.

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  • Strategies to Improve Memory and Recall

    Having a good memory and being able to recall information easily is something that is especially desired by students when heading into exam season. However, it’s often easier to just wish to have a better memory, when in fact there are some simple strategies that can be used to help achieve this goal.

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