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Study Tips: Help your kids get organized

Posted September 14, 2011

Melissa Rich of Raleigh Tutoring is back today with tips on how to help your kids develop study skills and strategies. The mom of two is a former teacher at Wakefield High School. For the past five years, she's run Raleigh Tutoring, offering tutoring and test prep services for kids from kindergarten to high school.

Today, she talks about how to help your kids get organized so they know what they need to do when they sit down to do homework. Color-coded notebooks and an agenda or planner, particularly for busy middle schoolers and high schoolers, are all important tools, Rich tells me. Melissa Rich of Raleigh Tutoring Study Tips: Help your kids get organized

Parents especially need to show their child how to use the agenda, Rich says.

"Guide your child through the process," she says. "Remember organization, like any other skill, must be learned and practiced."

For more tips from Rich, watch the video. See earlier tips from Rich in the box above. And for more about Raleigh Tutoring, click here.

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