We’d like to share our thoughts on a common concern for parents: how to keep kids motivated to keep up with school practices over the summer.
Kids love summer. It’s a break from school’s rigid routine—a chance to play outside, try new things, and forge new friendships. Among adults, however, Summer Vacation is a controversial subject.
To its supporters, Summer Break represents a time for children to escape the academic and social pressures of school. Meeting the demands of teachers and peers can be stressful for children. During Summer Vacation, Kids are free from their school-identities. Furthermore, Summer Camps offer children hands-on learning experiences through outdoor play, novel activities, and a new social setting.
Some educators and parents worry that the benefits of Summer Break come at too high a cost for children: loss of academic knowledge and skills. One average, kids lose one full month of learning over the summer. Low-income children are disproportionately affected.
So how can your child avoid the ‘summer slide’?
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