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Emily Preston

Emily Preston is a family & lifestyle blogger residing in the UK, juggling looking after her 5 and 2-year-old boys with her writing. With her work spanning from how to look after your family to travelling with them, she writes from experience to provide authentic and useful tips to parents across the world.

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Easy Ways to Make Science Fun for Your Kids

Posted by Emily Preston on September 10, 2019 at 4:58 PM

While children can absorb new information at an amazing rate, they can lose it just as quickly. Did you know that learning loss is a big problem over the summer holidays?                                   

Consequently, six weeks of the new term are spent relearning old material. It is estimated that just two to three hours of active learning a week is enough to prevent learning loss over the summer – and a few hours of private tutoring is an ideal way to maintain your child’s learning (if this financially feasible, of course). If you’re worried about what other parents might think, don’t worry – 96% of parents say they wouldn’t judge others for using a tutor.

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