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Make transitions easier

June 19, 2017

 

 

Today's tip:

 

Transitions are difficult for many students, and this time of year triggers a shift in routine and activities. Many students (and many adults) feel most confident when they know what to expect. As your child begins the transition from school mode into summer mode, spend some time previewing what’s coming up. Doing so will reduce some of the uncertainty your child may be feeling while giving her the opportunity to ask questions and get a firmer handle on what’s in store day-to-day and week-to-week. A little extra time to process the upcoming shift can make all the difference.

 

         

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The Engaging Minds Blog

Learn more about executive function skills and how to best support your child via the Engaging Minds Blog. Recent posts include:

Summer can be relaxing *and* productive. Here's how!

How to talk to your child about summer tutoring

Why students lie and what you can do to help curb it

 

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Engaging Minds Boston Learning and Tutoring Center
188 Needham Street • Suite 215 • Newton, MA 02464
141 Boston Post Road • Wayland, MA 01778
Tel: 617-964-3100 • info@engagingmindsonline.com

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