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Summer Learning

If you ask your child, the words summer learning might not seem like words that should be in the same sentence.  After all,  summer is supposed to be endless fun, no pressure, and all kinds of time to do just what you want to do.  But with 4th of July having just past, its time to get back to the books in the gentlest of ways and Moms are looking for ways to sneak in learning in the midst of all that fun to make our summers great.  I’m delighted to be featured on Primrose Schools Dr. Z and Friends Blog sharing my tips for how to keep the summer learning alive.  

An excerpt from the post….

Make Learning Creative: Your childcare provider or preschool may offer you a packet of summer activities that include creative projects you can do at home. Each week you can have a loose plan that has a nature experience, story time and craft that follow one theme.  Now this is really summer learning!

Dr. Z and Friends is wonderful community for parents with children often in childcare from birth to age six.  I’d love to see you there so stop by to catch the video and tell me…

How do you keep the learning alive all summer long?

Thanks so much for spending time with us today ~ see you next time!

Disclosure: Thanks to Primrose Schools for engaging me to provide a monthly series on the Dr. Z and Friends Blog. I’m delighted to share tips focused on home organization and family time management with an eye towards families with working parents and children in childcare from birth to age 6.  My opinions are entirely my own.


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