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06/08/2017
If you're worried that your child will spend their whole summer vacation at home playing video games, why not take advantage of their time off and take them to a museum? If you like the idea but need tips on how to make the most out of the visit, read the post below.

How to Visit a Museum with Your Child

  1. Your child may be able to enjoy the visit more if the museum speaks to their interests. To that end, let them choose which museum you'll be touring.
  2. Before you head out, you need to prepare effectively for the day ahead. Dress your child in comfy shoes and clothes, pack a few snacks and water, and you'll be good to go.
  3. Of course, you will need to discuss the rules for the day. In general, your child will have to remain calm and respectful. Other than that, go over the particular rules for the museum you'll visit.
  4. If you truly want this to be a learning experience for your child, read the cards with information on the exhibits and displays you're seeing at the museum.
  5. You should also ask your child questions about what you've seen and read. This way, you'll get a better sense of what they've learned and what interested them the most.
  6. Touring a museum can be tiring, especially if you're a child. Take a few breaks along the way to give you both a chance to replenish your energy. If needed, eat snacks to get a boost.
  7. Finally, if the museum you're visiting has an exhibit or activities for children, take your child there. Often times, they will keep your child learning at the same time as they have fun.

Enroll Your Child in Summer Tutoring in Foster City CA

Your child can benefit greatly from summer tutoring: they'll be able to learn effectively, thwart off summer learning loss, and may even get a confidence boost. Call The Tutoring Center, Foster City CA at (650) 638-9163  to learn more, or to request a free diagnostic assessment.

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