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Testing Time: Ways to Support Your Student
Serve a Healthy Breakfast................................
Make sure you focus on foods that are healthy, like eggs and whole grain toast, or oatmeal packed with fruit and nuts. Items like donuts and sugary drinks can leave your student hungry just an hour or two later. A nutritious breakfast can help your child stay focused and alert.
Make sure your student gets enough sleep the night before exams and in the days leading up to tests. Enforce a tech curfew – no phones, tablets, video games, or TV thirty minutes prior to bedtime. This will help your child wind down and prepare to get a good night’s rest.
Say No To Energy Drinks
Aside from having no nutritional value, the added caffeine can impair her ability to go to sleep when the time comes.
Your child can be influenced by your reaction to testing time. Give him a positive send-off in the morning and tell him he has the needed skills, he just needs to relax and pace himself.
Your stress can spill over to your student. By keeping your own stress levels down, you can help your child. Try to emphasize to your child that she doesn’t have to be perfect, and that you’ll support her no matter what. Students sometimes feel added pressure to do well on tests from parents, and that can end up having a negative effect on their performance.