The Tutoring CenterOviedo FL


Math help in Oviedo, FL

Tutor helping struggling child with math and science
 It is a long standing idea that “breakfast is the most important meal of the day” and for all of the reasons you would expect, it is still true, especially for children. We know that in the morning you may not have much time to prepare breakfast, particularly during the week, but we would like to help by providing a list of breakfast ideas to keep your child happy, healthy, and active throughout the day. 

Take Out Breakfasts:

**Have some of these ready to grab just in case someone slept in today**
- make your own ready to go trail mix with dried fruit, cereal, nuts, granola, pumpkin or sunflower seeds
- string cheese with an apple or banana and wheat crackers
- breakfast bar or breakfast cookies with low fat milk

Quick & Easy: 

**These are the breakfasts that need virtually no preparation** 
oatmeal prepared with milk and topped with cinnamon, blueberries, and/or nuts
yogurt parfait with low fat yogurt, granola, and berries 
banana and peanut butter, alone or as a sandwich
grilled cheese or peanut butter and pure fruit jelly

“In 10” Breakfasts:

**Must be prepared, but will take less than 10 minutes to prepare**
- Greek yogurt smoothie
- Breakfast burrito
- Breakfast quesadillas

Leisurely Eating:

**For stay at home parents when they have the time, days off of school, or weekends**

- English muffin pizza made with tomato, cheese, and sausage
- Cinnamon oatmeal pancakes
- Chocolate chip pancakes

Many of these options you can prepare or start to prepare the night before or even over the weekend and freeze them if necessary! Take the time to make sure you and your child have a great start to the day, with a healthy and delicious breakfast. Once that is done, you might discover you need a little help in the academic area, we can help with that. Give The Tutoring Center in Oviedo a call to learn more about our programs and dedicated tutors, (407)-545-4725.


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