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My daughter and I are very excited about spending quality time together this Summer. We have even compiled a Summer Bucket List full of ideas and fun things to do like visiting the zoo, walking the dogs, playing games, and going swimming.
Summer is a great time to spend outdoors having fun with the kids but according to a survery conducted by Carson-Dellosa, students forget or “lose” some skills, knowledge or grade-level equivalency during the Summer as reported by 84% of teachers.
To combat this problem and to help your kids stay sharp this Summer, use the Carson-Dellosa Summer Learning Activities website. Offering free and fun educational games, sample books, printable worksheets, and activities you can use all summer long to help stop summer learning loss.
Even if your kids insist that they don’t want to spend time learning over their Summer break, they will enjoy this site. The Summer Learning Computer Games are fun and educational, which is great for even the most hesitant of students.
I love that you can download worksheets for on the go learning. Even when we are camping and without a wifi signal, we can pass some of the time working on our math and reading skills. With over 900 printable and reproducible activities there is something for everyone.
When your child reaches a milestone and improves their skills in a subject, you can reward them with a fun printable certificate while encouraging them to have a #SmarterSummer.
Playing games during the Summer was already a part of the plans but making sure we don’t fall victim to the Summer slide is a huge bonus, especially when these learning games are so much fun! We really liked the Pump Up the Place Value game and Jam Session.
These games are so much fun my daughter probably doesn’t even realize they are helping her improve her. We printed out the Addition Word Search and she loved the combination of math problems with a word search.
Her other favorite free printable was the Division Hidden Picture Puzzle. After solving the problems she was rewarded with a hidden picture made up of all of the answers. I think giving her something to work towards kept her going even when the problems were challenging.
Help your kids stay sharp this Summer with all of the fun Summer Learning Activities that can be found on Carsondellosa.com