Summertime education.

During the summer time you can keep your child up to date and even beyond what they did in school by taking some time every day, every other day, or every 3 days; some sort of consistent time frame weekly, and having them do a little reading, math and writing with you. Not a lot. Even writing one short sentence, doing a one–word math challenge, and reading anything at all—like the cereal box–or a short kid book with pictures; all of this keeps the flow of learning steady. There is a greater value to doing this at home or during a trip or while on vacation because the learning is worked on in a real world context instead of the lab building of regular school. Just a thought to share. The more your kid knows what and how to do reading and math and writing, at least those three, the more value their lives will have for their successes further on in life. Have a great summer. 🙂

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