The Tutoring Center, Kansas City MO 



Get Your Child Asking Questions

Asking questions and admitting that you don't understand something can be scary at any age. It should come as no surprise then that many students keep their questions to themselves instead of speaking up in class. To help your child get the most out of their class...

Learning Distractions and How to Combat Them

It's not unusual for students to lose their focus and get distracted by a number of things while trying to study or complete homework. Although this may not sound like a big deal, it can turn into a serious problem for some students. To help your...

Ensure Your Child Gets the Right Amount of Sleep Every Night

Sleep is important for people of all ages but potentially even more so for your child. We've all heard that you need sleep to grow, but did you know it can also affect your child's academic performance? To learn more about why sleep is...
January is the perfect time to set goals. Help your child decide on some goals for the rest of the year and keep them. 

Goals Should be SMART

The problem with setting goals is that most of us don’t know how to set them. We tend to be too vague or overly ambitious. Children don’t know any better...

Boost Your Child's School Successes This Year

Even if you don't believe in setting New Year's resolutions, use the new year as an excuse to encourage new beginnings for your student. Allow your child to start off the new year with a clean slate and encourage them to do their best at school with...

When to Enroll Your Child in Math Tutoring

While math may be a tough subject for most students, some may struggle more than others. If you notice your child is having a particularly difficult time with the subject, they may benefit from math tutoring. These signs can help you decide if it's time...

Encourage Your Child to Be Productive During School Breaks

Most students are looking forward to the upcoming winter break because this gives them the perfect opportunity to relax for a couple weeks. While your child should use this time for a break from their academic routine, it doesn't mean...

Why Extracurricular Participation Is Important for Students

No matter what type of extracurricular activity your child chooses to participate in, it can be very beneficial in a few ways. Before deciding that these activities are just a distraction, learn more about how they can help your...

Help Your Child Develop Better School Habits

With the school year just starting, now is the perfect time for your child to start putting new habits into practice. By encouraging them to develop better habits this school year, you can be sure they'll be better equipped to reach success. Use these...

How to Make Reading Fun

Many children may consider reading to be a dull and even painful activity. This is often the result of limiting their reading to text books and other texts that simply don't spark their interest. To change this negative association, use these tips.

Reading as a Reward



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