6 Simple Ways to Develop Your Child's Curiosity

6 Simple Ways to Develop Your Child's Curiosity

Curiosity is what drives us to learn new things, which is why it’s essential that it’s encouraged from an early age. In fact, curiosity can have a positive impact on academic performance, as children are much more likely to become self-directed learners who can easily think for themselves. Here’s 6 simple ways you can help your children to develop, cultivate and encourage their sense of curiosity.

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  • Tips to Improve Reading Comprehension Skills

    When students have poor reading comprehension skills, it can start to have a huge impact on their performance in many subjects. Often, they start to feel frustrated and experience low self-confidence, which not only makes them enjoy reading less and less but can also have a negative effect on their grades and overall academic success. Here’s some easy tips to help improve your child’s reading comprehension skills.

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  • Tutor Doctor's Tips to Help You Ace Your Mock Exams

    With mock exam season now upon us for most students, it’s easy for students to either get stressed out or not put in enough effort. Even though mock exams don’t count towards your final grade, the better you do, the more likely it’ll be that you’ll excel in your final exams too. Whether you’re studying for your GCSEs, A Levels or university exams, follow these tips to help you ace your mock tests.

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  • Get Ready for the New Year with Tutor Doctor's Goal Setting Strategies

    As the New Year approaches, there’s never been a better time to start thinking about setting new goals you can work towards throughout 2019. Even though goal-setting seems like an easy task, it’s much more difficult to stick to them if they’re not carefully considered. Here’s some excellent goal setting strategies to help get you ready for the New Year.

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  • Last minute family activity ideas to do over Christmas

    With the Christmas holidays just a few days away, there’s no better time to start thinking about some festive activities everyone can enjoy as a family. Don't have anything organised yet? Don’t panic! We’ve thought of some last-minute fun-filled activity ideas for the family to get involved in this Christmas!

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  • Tutor Doctor Success Story: Rebuilding Confidence After an Accident

    “The student’s memory had greatly improved over the course of the year, and as a result of the time we spent together he did very well in his coursework. I was actually quite confident by the time we got to the final exams that he was in a good position to pass. And he did.”

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  • Balancing Revision and Fun Over the Holidays

    For those sitting exams in January, it means the Christmas holidays involve lots of revision and studying. We know how stressful it can be preparing for exams, so here's some helpful ways students can balance revision and fun over the holidays.

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