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15 Resources to Keep Your Kids Learning This Summer!


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15 Resources to Keep Your Kids Learning This Summer

Many of you, including me, are winding down your homeschool for the year and are looking forward to summer. With the summer months comes lots of fun family times and outdoor activity. But I want to encourage you to keep your kids learning this summer! Below I have listed 15 great resources that will give you tons of great ideas for learning. Enjoy!

1 – Summertime Fun Charts {free} – These editable charts are perfect for giving your child motivation to be production during the summer months!

2 – Summer Reading Program – You can do the Pizza Hut Book It program or many local libraries have some sort of summer reading program you can sign up for.

3 – Huge List of Free-Time Activities – Need some ideas for those Summertime Fun Charts? Check out this huge list! OR check out this great post with lots of outdoor ideas!

4 – Brush up on math facts – Create an account at XtraMath and work on getting those math facts memorized!

5 – Creative Writing Fun – This looks like a fun way to do some creative writing! Take a look!

6 – On This Day in Church History – Learn about important people and events in church history!

7 – Daily Spelling Bee – Brush up on those spelling skills with this fun activity!

8 – Daily Audio Bible – Listen to this Daily  Audio Bible while eating, playing, or creating this summer.

9 – Time for Kids – A news site full of current events articles for kids!

10 – Nature Study – Use the Handbook of Nature Study {free download} and explore these nature assignments together!

11 – More Nature StudyCheck out these free nature study lessons based on Our Wonderful World {free to download}. OR Identify plants and animals in your neighborhood using eNature online field guides.

12 – Read-Aloud Time – I plan on continuing our history, science, and literature reading this summer. What we do is spend anywhere from 1/2 hour to 1 hour reading in the afternoons. I will be rotating reading on history and science topics, as well as choosing some great literature to read aloud. It should be fun! I can’t recommend Sarah Clarkson’s book, Read for the Heart, highly enough. It has been such a great resource for great books to check out from the library. (I should note that I will also be encouraging my children to read on their own!)

13 – Read some great science living books:  Nature Study Made Easy, Bird World, or First Book of Birds.

14 – Read some great classics, science books, or character building books. Check out my brand new The Read-Aloud Treasury Series on Kindle!

15 – Craft Recipes Download this huge list of craft recipes — from homemade play dough to bubbles!

BONUS! – Bird Watching!Read this fun article that talks about 8 benefits of bird watching. Get your kids outside, make a bird feeder, and feed the birds this summer!

May each of you have a wonderful summer filled with lots of learning!


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