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That is according to several studies. But who wants summer school?
Pick a grade level, pick an activity and let the kids have daily computer time!
They will discover fun and engaging activities that will keep that brain working and they will hardly know they are working!
I say that it is the perfect small investment you can incorporate into your daily summer routine!
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Summer! My favorite time of year. I love heat and love being outdoors. This summer, for me is packed. I have my Sister’s Wedding and family in town the week before we move 100 miles away. The move happens 3 weeks before our annual week long camping trip with friends. My husband starts his new position which means more traveling he has to do and my youngest starts Kindergarten while our middle son switches his new school where we will be living. Summer can be busy and it is in those hectic moments we have to stop and remember to pay attention to every detail around our children as they are home more often now and in and out of the house.
So Pools & Sun are the common dangers and I hope the tips below serve as a gentle reminder to you as we move near the summer days ahead.
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