Summer Brain Drain ????

11 Jun

Summer brain drain is summer learning loss. your child won’t make any measurable academic gains over the summer, your child may lose / forget his learning.

Stop Summer Brain Drain With Enrichment Activities:
1, Encourage your child to read
2, Consider an academic summer camp.
3, Go on educational family vacations like zoo, camping with nature
4, Send your child to summer school.
5, Shopping with kids to increase math
6, Write postcards
7, Start a family/neighbor book club.

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