The Tutoring Center, Dubai UAE


With winter break just around the corner, you're probably already thinking about how you'll spend your well-deserved time off school. For a few ideas on what you can do if you also want to keep your mind awake and learning over the holidays, continue reading.

How to Spend Winter Break

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Reading, even fantasy novels, can help you immensely since, through it, you'll build your vocabulary, learn more, and sharpen your grammar skills. Reading also allows you to relax and have a joyful moment over the break.


Keeping a journal where you document your holidays, or writing short stories, can also be very beneficial. Again, it will help you work on your grammar skills, your spelling, and your creative thinking, so give it a go.

Go on Field Trips

Since you're not attending school, you'll have time to take educational field trips to the zoo, a museum, or the library with your friends and family. These visits can be both fun, and a learning experience, so plan a few of them for the break.

Review Your Notes

Yes, you're off school, but that doesn't mean you should forget everything you learned. Read your notes once or twice during your time off, so you can thwart off winter break learning loss, and be ready for when school resumes.

Play Games

Certain games, such as jigsaw puzzles and crosswords, can help keep your mind active during your break. Not only that, but they'll help you develop a few skills, such as strategic thinking, management, and more.

Stay Active

'Tis the season to stay inside and enjoy delicious foods during the holidays. If you don't want that to affect your mental and physical health, however, remember to stay active: stretch, run inside, play with your pet, and try to keep your body moving.

For One-on-One Tutoring in Dubai UAE

The Tutoring Center, Dubai UAE can help you reach your academic goals during the new year. Call (+971) 04 435 6548 to learn more about their programs, or to enroll in one-on-one tutoring in Dubai UAE. You can also contact them to schedule a free diagnostic assessment.


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