Fun Ways to Study
Most teens like games, and as a motivation tool to study science, or any other subject, they can't be beat. Games can be serious or just plain fun. Consider building a game playing study group by inviting your child’s friends or family to join in. Teams of two to four individuals can attack, say, five science practice questions in ten minutes taken from your teen’s textbook, or the pre-test review questions that most teachers distribute before an upcoming test. Here are six fresh ideas to liven up your teen's study time, and involve the whole family at the same time!
What You Need:
- Science textbook or other study material
- Paper & pencil
- Small ball or other round object