The Tutoring Center, Sammamish WA

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06/08/2018


Summer break gives you the opportunity to go on learning excursions with your child. One of them could be a visit to the library, to encourage your child to read more. If you'll be going to the library, follow these tips to make the most out of your visit.

How to Go to the Library With a Child

  1. If you want to have a nice time, you need to set some rules for your outing. For example, make sure your child knows how to treat books, and that they shouldn't run or yell in the library. Going over the rules will guarantee you'll have an enjoyable experience.
  2. Yes, books, their stories, information, and more, are the main attraction at a library. However, they're not the only things it has to offer. Explore the place with your child: see the map collection, go to the computer lab, and visit the video library to take full advantage of your visit.
  3. Speaking of exploring the library, if yours has a children's section available, take your child to it. These spaces are designed to interest children in reading, so take them to it to motivate your child to become a bookworm over the summer break.
  4. As a last tip, encourage your child to choose a couple of books to take home and read. You can ask the librarian for guidance, or let your child pick ones which spark their interest. Just ensure that their pick is appropriate for their age and reading level.

Enroll your child in summer tutoring in Sammamish WA to get them ready to face the challenges of the new school year. Call The Tutoring Center, Sammamish WA at 425-202-7306 to schedule a free diagnostic assessment. 

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