I cannot believe summer is almost done, and it is already August. Our summer has flown by with carefree jaunts to museums and parks. I must admit we did little this summer to sharpen our minds at home. Now that we are coming to the start of another school year, I feel the kids should engage in activities that help them get in the school groove. Here are some great items to get your children ready to learn!
Encourage Play With The Purpose Of Learning!
As a mom of two children, ages 2 and 4, I am always trying to find ways to bond and learn with them at home. They attend baptist preschool during the school year, but over the summer I want to prepare them for the next stage in their learning. My daughter will be in 3k and my son will be in 4k this coming fall, so there is so much fun learning to be had! Finding something that was fun and encouraging was what I was on a mission for!
Teach My is a learning kit system designed for the parent and child to bond each day. It includes everything from basics that breaks down into sections like printing, math, reading, and numbers. This screen-free learning is so much fun, your child won’t even realize they’re learning!
French, Spanish, Italian, Russian, Arabic… Which language have you been telling yourself that you’ll learn but have just never got around to? You should consider making now the time to learn – it’s never too early or too late to start learning a new language. And learning a new language opens up whole new areas of your brain, and it can be beneficial to both pleasure and business. Here’s why you should learn a new language and what it can do for you:
Significant emphasis is placed on families finding a way to stay physically fit together. For example, many parents may try to instill healthier dietary habits in their children while also looking for active recreational options that can help the entire family stay physically fit. Increasingly, parents are also looking for exceptional ways to exercise brain muscles with their children. If you are focused on bolstering mental health with your entire family, these are some exceptional activities that your whole family may love to do together.
Guest post contributed by Hannah Whittenly
A child’s summer vacation can be a long, idle playtime, but it can also be an opportunity for them to grow and learn. Discovering history can be a fun pastime that doesn’t require a lot of reading or study to experience. With a little planning and investigation, you can find interesting resources to lure them away from the TV and video games. It could be a welcome distraction from boredom to introduce them to family, local, or world history. Here are some ways to connect your kids with history this summer:
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Hands-On Learning With PlayRoom PREP Cuts Down Screentime For Children
Let’s face it, too much screen time has become a serious problem among children in today’s culture. Screentime effects children in a lot of negative ways. Mental health, vision and obesity problems are on the rise due to children sitting for hours staring at a TV, Ipad, computer or phone screens. PlayRoom PREP has come up with a fun, colorful dry-erase learning book to help entertain and educate children without a screen.