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If you're a student, you may be already letting out a sigh of relief because winter break is just around the corner. Still, if you want to make the most out of it, you need to plan for it properly! For a few tips on the matter, read the post below.

How to Plan a Productive and Fun Winter Break

Take Care of Your Academics

You should prevent winter break learning loss, a phenomenon that takes place when students neglect their studies over the break and forget everything they learned. To thwart it, review your notes a few times during your time off. You should also do your homework (if you have any) right away, so you can truly enjoy your break.

Make an Effort to Be Healthy

Yes, you can enjoy hot chocolate, pizza, and all of the goodies you want over winter break. However, you should also make an effort to be healthy. Eat right, sleep well, and stay active so you don't put your health at risk simply because you're off your regular routine.

Set and Follow a Routine

Speaking of routines, you should set and follow a routine. Again, winter break is a time to relax and have fun, but following a routine will ensure you won't have a hard time transitioning back to your normal routine once schools restarts.

Read and Write Often

Keeping your mind learning and developing should be a priority during your winter break. To that end, you should read and write often while you're off school. Doing so will help you learn and practice some academic skills.

Plan Activities for the Break

Lastly, while watching TV can be awesome, you shouldn't waste your winter break away on it. Plan a few activities (like visiting friends or going to museums) so you can remain active and make the most out of your break.

Call The Tutoring Center, Herndon VA at 703-362-2474 if you want the new year to be your best one yet academically. Call to enroll in one-to-one tutoring in Herndon VA or to request a free diagnostic assessment.


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