Summer slide happens when kids fall
behind in valuable academic content areas. While kids should certainly
enjoy their summer breaks, spending two months thinking about nothing
but swimming and sleeping in can put parents on the edge, worried
their kids will fall behind in language arts and math without some
boosters to keep the wheels in their brains spinning.
Homeschool.com's newest list of 101 Things to Do This Summer is BACK!
And guess what? This year, we turned to you
in our Facebook group and asked you for some
unique ideas. You answered our request and this year, we bring you
103 Things To Do This Summer!
This list is FREE and is also available in our newest book,
The Summertime Survival Guide for Parents
(minus the two cool ideas we borrowed from you). Create a summer of
wonder, discovery and fun by printing up our list of 103 things to do.
The list also has checkboxes so your kids can check items off as they
complete them this summer.
About the author: Our own Rebecca Kochenderfer wrote
The Summertime Survival Guide
for Parents. She
has been homeschooling for over 20 years and is the founder of Homeschool.com.
The techniques and suggestions in this book work with every type of
curriculum, for every age level, and for every type of homeschooler.
They will work for you too.