Back To School Study Tips For Teens

July 21, 2014 12:00 PM
Back To School Study Tips For Teens

" Summer is winding down, and soon it’ll be time to get back into the swing of things with school. Waking up early again will be just one adjustment. Kids go from spending their days outdoors in the sun, to being inside the classroom and getting daily homework assignments. To stay focused and keep up their grades, it’s imperative to hit the books and study on a regular basis.

Get Organized

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With a wide range of classes and homework assignments, it’s easy to let a worksheet or even a reading assignment fall through the cracks. Buy an academic planner before the school year begins so you and your kids can keep track of all assignments, and when they’re due; the planner can also help you create a schedule that includes everything from when swim practice is to when to plan on working on that science project.

In a similar vein, have a way to organize all paperwork in a system that works for all. For some this might mean assembling a binder for each school subject; this way you can store handouts and class notes in one place "

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