Yes, of course, in the summer your child needs rest. But they can practice at a comfortable pace and in their free time, without overloading the day. For example, once a week for just 25 minutes. This way your child will remember the studied material, learn something new, and there will also be plenty of time to relax. Moreover, the summer course is more like entertainment than a lesson, and at the same time it broadens one's horizons and helps not to forget English
Your child is tired of lessons, it is better for your child to relax during the holidays
"It is wonderful that your child will visit their grandmother. That is why our school offers 25 minute lessons.
You would just need to show your child a couple of times how to log in to the lesson, and take our word for it - they learn it quickly, and with one phone call you can remind them to log in to the lesson"
Your child is going on vacation, visiting grandmother for the entire summer, and won't be monitored
We believe that excessive use of gadgets is not good for children.
That is why our lesson duration is 25 minutes. You can study 2 times a week.
Your child would want to play on the phone anyway - so it's better to use it with purpose
In the summer it is better for children to take a break from gadgets
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