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Summer Learning Tips for Parents

It has been shown that children can lose up to two months of essential math and reading skills during the summer months. At the Learning Resource Center, we offer quality summer learning opportunities so that students won’t lose the skills he or she worked hard at in school and to help #KeepKidsLearning.
 
If your child isn’t part of one of our summer programs, or even if they are, check out these 10 tips for parents to help keep your child’s mind active while school is out provided by the National Summer Learning Association.
 

10 Summer Learning Tips for Parents

 
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1. Read. Read. Read.
2. Have fun with numbers.
3.Turn off the TV! Turn off the screens!
4. Make art!
5. Experiment! Do science!
6. Eat smart. Eat healthy.
7. Get outside.
8. Go to a museum — again and again.
9. Read a poem.
10. Go to sleep.
 
 
Which strategies are already part of your child’s summer, and which do you plan to implement?
 

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Tips to Keep Tweens and Teens Learning This Summer

Many people may think solely of younger ones when it comes to focusing on learning gains and healthy habits over the summer. While it is valuable for the younger youth, we can’t forget about tweens and teens. It is important to keep all students of all ages learning over the summer. At the Learning Resource Center, we also offer summer programs for older youth that include SAT Test Preparation, ACT Test Preparation, College Success Planning, Study Habits of Successful Students, and One-to-One Tutoring. In addition to our summer learning opportunities, check out these fantastic tips below provided by the National Summer Learning Association to help keep the tweens and teens in your life learning this season.

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Keep Kids Active and Healthy During the Summer

Tips to Keep Kids Active and Healthy This Summer

While we agree that it is important to #KeepKidsLearning over the summer, it is also necessary to note the importance of keeping kids active and healthy during the summer months. Without the structure and resources of the school year, children are at a greater risk of unhealthy habits during the summer months. Thanks to the National Summer Learning Association, here are nine ideas for keep kids both active and healthy this season.

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 Take a look at our other blog posts featuring tips from the National Summer Learning Association:

Summer Learning Ideas for the Home

Tips to Keep Tweens and Teens Learning During the Summer

Summer Learning Ideas for the Home

Did you know that children lose up to two months of essential math and reading skills during the summer months? Here at the Learning Resource Center, we offer quality summer learning opportunities so that your child won’t lose the skills he or she worked hard at in school and to help to #KeepKidsLearning. If your child can’t join us at one of our summer programs, or even if they can, check out these great learning ideas below to use at home and in the community provided by the National Summer Learning Association.

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