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12/09/2015

The Positive Effects of Exercise in Academic Performance

Exercise brings many positive health advantages but it also does wonders when it comes to children and their ability to do better in school and learning. That is why today at The Tutoring Center in Marietta we want to share a few tips to get your child involved in exercise and experience the many academic benefits.

Tips for Helping Your Child Reap the Benefits of Exercise

  • Exercise does not have to be a chore, in fact simple games and playing is a great way to get your child moving. From playing jump rope to Simon says any active game is able to provide many benefits such as increased motor skills and improved attention span.
  • Exercise such as lifting weights for older teens and push ups for younger kids improves long term memory. Studies have shown that these kinds of exercises are great for increasing memorization.
  • Exercise helps relieve stress and improve mood problems. Help your child and teen improve their behavior inside and outside the classroom by getting them involved in sports programs or active recreation. For more information on how to help your teen be less stressed visit our previous post here.
  •  When children participate in exercise and other recreational activities they learn to use their energy in the correct activities and be able to concentrate and focus when they study and other areas of life in which they need to stay put, like during their school work. This means that physical activities can enhance a child´s ability to focus.

Efficient Tutoring in Marietta, GA

Help your child do well in all school subjects and not just memorize information but learn to become lifelong learners. Involve your child in things that are more beneficial for them such as sports and tutoring. For the best tutoring in Marietta, GA call us today at 770-977-1888

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