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Faites défiler le catalogue Costco valable du 01 Juillet 2018 au 31 Août 2018 pour découvrir les dernières offres. Sur les 111 pages du circulaire de la semaine actuelle, vous trouverez les meilleurs produits de la catégorie Hypermarchés et Supermarchés. Si vous tenez à réduire vos dépenses lors de votre prochaine visite chez Costco, n'oubliez pas de consulter l'intégralité des promos de la page 1 à la page 111. Si vous désirez faire des achats astucieux et économiser lors de vos prochaines courses chez Costco, ne manquez pas le dernier catalogue de la semaine, qui propose des prix incroyables et des remises exceptionnelles. Revenez sur Canadian Flyers tous les jours pour ne pas rater les formidables promotions proposées par vos magasins favoris.

SPECIAL SECTION BACK TO SCHOOL WHEN TO CALL A TUTOR IT'S A common myth that only students who are failing need a tutor. Most stu- dents would benefit from working with a tutor to develop organization, time- management and test-taking strategies. Here are six signs that it's time to call an expert. Their grades have significantly dropped. Your child usually gets A's and B's but is suddenly getting consistent C's They avoid homework. Your child is reluctant to complete homework or doesn't want to discuss assignments Their perception doesn't match reality. Your child is surprised to receive a zero on an assignment, a negative progress report or a failing test grade. Assignments are taking longer to complete. Your child is suddenly spending hours working on one home- work assignment Their notebooks and backpack are a mess. Your child's notebooks and backpack are bulging with papers and he or she often forgets to hand in Honework help assignments or study for tests. Homework has become a family stressor. When parents see their kids struggling, there is a tendency to do hings for them, says Frank Milner, presi- Setting the stage for success dent of Tutor Doctor. "We shouldn't be doing the homework for them," he says BY LISA RABASCA ROEPE periods of time rather than "We should be finding ways to help stu- LRR THE AVERAGEhigh school student spends more than five hours a week doing home being constantly interrupted by sodents to get their homework done. work, according to a study by the Organ media, email and texts, says Grace, who is isation for Economic Co-operation and a Costco member and a former teacher. Development, a group designed to pro mote the well-being of people around the Set the right mood world. A separate survey of 1,758 families the time they need to complete the task, then seta timer, shut offthe cellphone and Agree on a time and place for doing social media, and get to work," she says in Canada, the United States, the United homework. Some students need a 30-n The task can be completed in a manage Kingdom and Australia, by tutoring ser ute break after school, while othersprefer able chunk." She recommends working in to get it done immediately. Teach them to establish routines anddevelop habits, says Costco member Frank Milner, president ofTutor Doctor, which serves students in Canada and 15 other countries. He advises vice Tutor Doctor, found that nearly 93 per cent reported homework had had some impact on the stress level in their homes. 20-minute increments Break it down None ofthis is surprising, considering that students face a challenging paradox: The tools they use to do their homework-setting aside time for homework, sports tablets and computers-also provide the greatest distraction from getting the work done. "We easily get distracted bytechno same time every ogy and our cellphones," says Angela Grace, a psychologist at Heart Centered Create a welcoming environment Counselling in Calgary. "By the time a When a research paper is due in a month, most students see it as something far off in the future and put it off until the last minute. These students need help the habit of doing their homework at the breaking long-term projects into smaller assignments. "The brain isn't fully devel oped until age 25, and being able to plarn things out is the last part of the brain to develop," says Costco member Amy E. Sau and socializing, and getting students in elp your child to create a study space uth reaches high school, their study hab- for doing homework, Milner says, and der Lehman, a licensed counsellor with its are typically well-established. It's best make sure you and the student respectthe Moving Forward, PLC in Alexandria, Vir toestablish agood homework routine from use of that space. Your high school student ginia. Break the assignment into bite-size should have a desk with goodlighting that the beginning of grade1." school student manage homework. Turn off technology ogy to allow your student to deeply focus steps with deadlines, such as picking a Here are five tips for helping your high isdecorated according to his or her tasteto topic, researching the topic, writing a make the space comfortable and inviting. rough draft, editing the rough draft and finalizing the paper. C Break it up Turn off cellphones and othertechnol Set a time limit on tasks to help teens Lisa Rabasca Roepe is a freelance journalist to be more efficient, Grace says. "Estimate based in Washington, D.c. The Costco Connection JULY/AUGUST 2018 24

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