Keep Learning Going Over the Summer

Keep Learning Going Over the Summer

Keep those developing brains stimulated all summer.

It is important for your child (and you too) to enjoy the summer. But along with fun in the sun and plenty of R&R, you can keep your child’s brain active with education. As long as you make learning fun and interesting, it won’t feel like work. Plus, transitioning back to school in the fall will go much more smoothly. Here are some simple ways to keep learning going during the summer months. The effort will pay off in the long run.

Outdoor Reading Club

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Get some kids and parents together on Sunday afternoons to form a casual book club. Choose adventure books or topics that are light and fun. Perhaps you can pack a picnic and make it a learning lunch. Pick a shady spot under a tree and cool off after playtime. The kids will look forward to the change of pace and page-turning enjoyment.

Museums

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When the weather is hot, getting indoors is something kids will be begging to do. Rather than going to the movies or an arcade, make indoor time educational. Most museums are open year-round, so round up the kids for a tour at an art or natural history museum. You can spend all afternoon exploring and admiring. There’s always something new to navigate, so go as often as you can to check out every nook and cranny.

Gardening

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Plant some flowers, herbs, or even fruits and veggies in your yard or on a sunny windowsill this summer. The kids will be proud of their accomplishments as they see their garden thrive while learning what it takes to care for their plants. They will learn about the benefits of sunshine and water and what it takes to keep their garden healthy. Plus, if you grow fruits and veggies, you can teach the kids about health and nutrition. You’ll be impressed by your child’s new appetite for healthy snacks!

How’s summer going for you?
Do you keep learning going strong all summer long? For more information like this, please visit All My Children’s blogs.

By: Melissa A. Kay

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