Avoid learning gaps and challenges by keeping your child’s mind working through the break. Here are 4 ideas to help you get started:
Use the kitchen as a learning tool
Reading recipes and measuring ingredients with your child is a great way to engage in their learning experience. Sharpen reading and math skills in the kitchen while creating delicious holiday treats!
Visit your local library and borrow new books for story time. Cover the words and have your child create a story using only the pictures and their imagination.
Get Out and About
The best way to cope with cabin fever is to get outside. Explore your city and go to a museum, or play at a park to enjoy the great outdoors.
Create Holiday Cards Together
Write holiday cards with your child to practice their handwriting, as well as their grammar, spelling and creative writing skills.