The best part about tutoring is that it is completely individualized to your child. Finding a tutor who connects and motivates your child is the most important consideration. Weekly: For some children consistency is important and having a weekly routine is what works best. For most children, an hour allows time to focus on a specific skill and also a skill-based game.
End of Summer Boost: Many students benefit from an review of skills before starting a new school year. It is often also helpful to create a routine a week or two before the school year starts to ease the adjustment into the structure of a classroom.
Conflict of interest Dr. Leonard is able to work with students who are not currently in the 3rd grade at her school. To avoid future conflict of interest. She does not work with students over the summer who will be entering the 3rd grade in the fall.