Newsletter | December 2021
Study Break

This has been a challenging school year

It’s important to remember that, though they may have ground to make up, kids also need a break. We as parents may be a little too focused on pushing our kids without allowing for the mental and physical fatigue that can result.

The end of the calendar year is a great time to incorporate helpful study breaks and get your game plan for 2022 in place.

Read about why kids need a break, and get suggestions on the right way to do it.

Did you know?
  • When students experience an academic setback such as a bad grade, the amount of cortisol—the so-called stress hormone—in their bodies typically spikes
  • Having a “growth mindset” – where the student believes intelligence can be developed – helps them handle this stress
  • Study breaks improve retention and productivity
  • Social media doesn’t work well as a purposeful break
  • What does work? Listening to music
  • Taking a walk
  • A healthy meal or snack
  • Stretching and a change of scenery
  • Draw, doodle, or color

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