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07/17/2018

Keep the Summer Slide at Bay With These Fun Activities

Summer may seem like it's all fun and games, but the truth is your child should still be getting some academic practice in. Without it, they may be negatively affected by the summer slide. To help them avoid losing valuable knowledge this summer break, set up some fun and educational summer activities.

Summer Reading Challenge

Students who don't read during the summer months risk a drop in their reading level. Because of this, it's important that your child gets plenty of reading done over summer. They may not be excited by the idea of this, but plenty of libraries host summer reading programs that reward students for completing reading goals. Head over to your local library and check out what they have going on this summer.

Extracurricular Activities

Extracurricular activities aren't just a way to keep your child busy, they are also a great way to help your child develop leadership skills, self-confidence, and teamwork abilities. Ask your child what type of activity they would like to participate in. It can be anything from a dance class to a cooking class, as long as it's something they're interested in.

Educational Field Trips

Surprise your child this summer by setting up some fun and educational field trips around town. Take them to local museums, art galleries, and even a local observatory. Look for child-friendly events and hands-on exhibits that will be even more interesting for your child.

Summer Tutoring in Broken Arrow, OK

If your child is planning on lounging at home all summer bored, change up their plans a bit by enrolling them in tutoring in Broken Arrow. The Tutoring Center, Broken Arrow OK offers a number of different academic programs that can help your child be better prepared for the upcoming school year. Contact them at (918) 455-3276 and don't forget to ask about your free diagnostic assessment!

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