Lakewood, Washington — The local Huntington Learning Center in Lakewood increases center hours when schools are out of session. Parents find this to be the best time to reinforce the past year’s academics and build strong learning skills for the upcoming year. A consistent schedule of learning keeps children of all ages on track or more importantly helps them catch up in school. Also, with upcoming fall PSATs, SATs, and ACTs to tackle, the summer is a great time to work on improving scores in one-to-one exam prep instruction offered at Huntington Learning Center.
Eric Zook, operator of Huntington Learning Center of Lakewood, recommends parents help keep their children interested in learning while on their summer break. In addition to active tutoring or enrollment at the center, there are some sound tips for parents to take advantage of during the lazy, hazy days of summer:
- Create an agenda with your child.
- Participate in your child’s time off.
- Make a special occasion of a trip to the library.
- Coordinate group trips.
- Work with your child.
Parents who would like additional information or are concerned about a specific aspect of their child’s academic performance are encouraged to call Huntington Learning Center at 1-800 CAN LEARN or visit the center at 5700 100th St SW #400 Lakewood, WA 98499.