The long awaited lazy, carefree days of summer are finally here. Did you know your kids can lose two months or more of skills they have acquired during the school year? During this well-deserved break, children often experience learning losses if they aren’t engaged in educational activities. Every child is at risk for the infamous summer slide. This article gives parents tips for helping their kids avoid it.
Whether your child will be starting preschool this fall, gearing up for middle school, or deciding where to send their college applications, you have an invaluable role to play in setting them up for success next school year.Here are some practical things you can do this summer to help your child achieve their potential at school next year.
Summer camp is fun for children of all ages, even your toddler! There are different types of camp programs out there that nurture and engage your child with activities such as music, Spanish immersion, water and outdoor play, art, and, of course, socialization. You may be hesitant to send your toddler to camp on his own for the first time, but this enriching experience comes with many benefits.
With summer in full swing, it may be hard to find safe activities to occupy your little ones. Luckily, here are some online and safe programs for every kid!
Like any outdoor activity, there is a certain amount of risk in swimming in backyard pools due to the coronavirus. Should you choose to take it, here’s how you can do so as safely as possible.