SUMMER VACATION : IT’S TIME TO RECREATEhttp://www.mathbuddyonline.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/2016/02/SUMMER-VACATION-IT’S-TIME-TO-RECREATE-01-1024x631.jpg 1024 631 admin admin http://1.gravatar.com/avatar/4281060985443ada8cbf3f192a4cba8f?s=96&d=mm&r=g
Summers are not just about hot sun, chilled water, ice creams and mangoes. It is the best time of the year; the long awaited summer vacations and is possibly the happiest time in the school life. It usually lasts for about two months or so.
Most of the parents during this duration think, “What should my kids do for this summer productively?”, and subsequently end up with ‘n’ number of options. It is the best time to pertain some recreational activities. You can make the summer vacation wonderful if you have made a plan for this great time! Discuss with your children and find out some topics of their interest and benefit.
Here are some things which you can get your kids started with:
Develop a hobby – Let your kids take up a hobby, for example, music, dance, craft work, art or learn new software etc. This will enhance your children’s personality and interest. By doing so, they can grow creativity and knowledge simultaneously.
Learn a new language – Learning a new language is an enjoyment and gain of knowledge at the same time.
Get a library membership – Visit the local library or bookstore and get a membership.Reading is a great activity for summer and it will help them to brush up on their reading skills.
Join a summer camp – Many schools offer summer programs to enrich children’s hobbies. Check with your nearby school and colleges in the area to see if there’s a summer program available.
Take a Trip – Assign the kids a location for a day trip into the nearest big city or the closest beach. Let them plan and help in organizing the trip. This is a great way for kids to practice their organization and time management skills.
Summer is to enjoy. Every kid should have his/her share of fun. Parents should take all efforts to make the process fun for kids and therefore should productively plan on how they can keep their kids occupied during the summer.
Happy Vacation from Math Buddy