Are you worried about the summer drought as a parent? This refers to the summer months where your kids won’t be focused on learning at all. It can lead to them returning to school after forgetting all about what they were learning about in the previous term. This is a problem as it can mean that for at least the first few weeks after your child returns to school they are behind. So, how can you avoid this type of situation?
After you’ve given your child the resources, it can become very tempting to control or manage how they use them. Try as much as possible to resist this urge so that they can build the innate desire to be creative. Too much interference can hinder independent thinking, which might affect the quality of their creative process. So next time you’re itching to hover, decide against it in the best interest of your little ones.
The back-to-school season is equal parts tiring and fun. There’s so much to do, but through it, all is the exciting buzz of anticipation for the school year ahead. The younger your children are, the more opportunities there are to create back-to-school traditions that will make the end of August something to look forward to rather than panic about. By planning as much as possible, you can make the transition enjoyable rather than stressful.
Kids will love hunting for summer words in this word search. Word searches are a great tool for reinforcing spelling and word recognition skills. They are also a fun way to build vocabulary. Education.com has loads of resources that will keep kids engaged and entertained during summer travels while also keeping their reading and language arts skills sharp.
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Out of all the conversations we have with children, finances may be one of the most important. Early lessons about personal finance and money management can help them avoid issues later in life. Schools don’t always offer courses on personal finance and credit, so make sure you take ownership of teaching your kids about money matters. Read on for useful tips to help educate children early and set them up for future financial success.