The start of summer is such a fun and exciting time for kids! But, for many the lazy, hazy days of summer can start to drag if the kids are bored or spend too much time in front of the screen. However, with a little bit of planning, it’s easy to keep kids engaged in […]
Tag: Summer Learning
Common Sense of Learned Skills?
Parents – does this sound like you? If so, then you are most definitely NOT alone! Some of these skills may seem like common sense. Skills in one area, like math or tinkering and building, are strengths for our children. But these skills don’t necessarily translate to other important areas of functioning, like remembering to […]
Keep Kids Active During Summer Break
While the school year might be over and “traditional” learning is on pause for a few months, the summer is a great time to help kids continue to learn and gain skills. Keeping kids active and learning over the summer helps make sure they are ready for the grade ahead and don’t regress in any […]
Train Your Brain Summer Camp
Summer is a time for us to relax and take a load off of our brains that we’ve been putting to heavy use throughout the academic year. But for children with executive dysfunction, the long summer break with a lack of structure can hurt their brains’ ability to maintain what they just learned in school, […]
Summer Activities For Kids!
Parents are always looking for ways to keep their kids engaged and learning throughout the summer. But it seems like this summer, the need for summer activities for kids are even more apparent. The school year did not wrap up the way it was intended; many homes were turned into classrooms, and many parents were […]