It’s easy for kids to get into a “school slump” when the weather warms, state tests wrap up and the final weeks of school start to fly by. The final report card period can be a tough time for students to remain focused, but with our easy tips, you can help your child finish strong! Here are five tips to beat the end-of-year fatigue:
1. Make a Plan: Use a calendar to map out all of the big assignments coming up for school including final projects and exams. Keep a pen or marker handy so kids can mark off these items when complete. Kids will feel accomplished as they overcome the hurdles between now and summer break! You can even use the calendar as a countdown to the final school bell.
2. Ask “What If?”: Help your kids understand the effects of slacking during the final report card. Ask questions like “What would happen if you fail this test?” to help them learn that slacking on one test or assignment could have long-term effects like…
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