With summer in full swing, children are focused on the important activities of camp, outside play and just being kids but, for parents and guardians, now is the perfect time to think about how to keep children engaged and learning. After all, the phenomenon known as “summer slide” shows that many children lose critical skills during the summer break.
The hot, hazy days of summer are an ideal time to support our investment in education by helping young people maintain their skills while discovering their natural abilities, satisfying their curiosities, and expanding their capacities to learn. Without the constraints of a busy school day, children can discover worlds previously unknown and foster new, lasting relationships with their peers and community. These activities can be fun