Just like parents, kids need a break from their daily routine. With their developing brains, increased pressure at school, and less time for social enrichment, by the end of the school year, it’s likely they need a break more than ever.
As important as a break is, continuing to nurture your child’s interest in learning will help them avoid summer learning loss and enter the school year prepared come fall.
With school out, and most kids really excited for a break, you’ll want to continue providing learning opportunities—but make them engaging. Here are five ways to make summer learning fun and not feel like school!