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12/09/2016

Activity Ideas for a Smarter Winter Break

When it comes to winter break, there are several ways to spend this brief vacation period and truly take advantage of it. We believe that students can continue to learn even during their break all while having fun and taking some time to relax. That is why today we want to share three quick and smart ways to spend your holiday break.

3 Activities You Should Try This Winter Break

  • Recycle. Have a contest to see who can come up with the most creative way to wrap gifts using recycled materials. You can try all sorts of things, from newspaper to empty potato chip bags used inside out (most have a shiny silver color that can be used as gift-wrap). Make the prize interesting. For example, whoever can find the most creative way to wrap their presents using recycled material gets to pick what the other family members will eat when the family goes out to dinner.
  • Play games. Games are the perfect way to have fun and learn all at the same time. They provide smart solutions for enhancing and practicing necessary thinking skills and developing a better understanding of certain concepts. For ideas on some fun learning games you can try at home visit our previous post here.
  • Practice writing. This holiday season, don't buy any gift cards and instead let your child pick out some nice pens and decorative paper to make their own gift cards. Then, allow them to write in their homemade gift cards and have them practice both good penmanship and proper grammar. Read this post for more on how to make writing a little more fun.

Tutoring in Marietta GA

Right now is the perfect time to start catching up and seeing improvement in all academic areas. Contact The Tutoring Center, Marietta GA at 770-977-1888 and start providing added academic support for your child today.

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