It isn’t uncommon for children to feel nervous about experiencing situations that are new, such as changing to a new classroom, having a new teacher, or going to a new school. These changes could occur at any age during back-to-school season. For parents of children who are experiencing these feelings, it can be helpful to have rehearsals of what it could be like to enter into their new situation. For example, before the first day of school, parents and children can visit the school to help relieve those feelings of uneasiness. That is just one example of back to school tips for parents that we’reRead More →

Back to school night gives parents the opportunity to meet their child’s teacher and explore the classroom environment. Usually this event is scheduled a month or two after school starts, so for many parents, this is their first interaction with the child’s teacher. In order to get the most out of this event for both you and your child, here are some dos and don’ts of back to school night. Don’t assume you can bring your child Some schools have a strict policy when it comes to back to school night and do not allow students to attend. The reasoning behind this is that backRead More →

With the mention of summer, most students are excited about the beach, vacations, and not being in school. Summer is a great time to catch up on fun activities with the family, but it is also a great opportunity to incorporate mental activities to keep our students’ minds sharp. Parents are encouraged to find ways to mentally stimulate your child with various hobbies, activities, educational outings to keep your child from entering the dreaded “Summer Slump”. We want them to be ready for the next school year byRead More →

For many families the month of September brings one thing to mind…. Back to School time! Some students are excited while others may be a little anxious. Whatever the case may be Bee Academic Tutoring Services is here to give students the edge this year. We want to start working with families early in the year so that students get help before they need it. A new school year allows parents to change their approach on helping their child(ren) get the grades they deserve.Read More →