Sidestep the Summer Slide

Engaging Kids In Learning Over Summer Break

We are so pumped to introduce our first ever “Sidestep the Summer Slide” blog series. We are honored to have an awesome group of bloggers, teachers, and authors who will provide creative  tips, ideas and strategies for engaging kids in continued learning through those summer months where school and homework quickly become fading memories.

Check out our upcoming contributors:

Carissa Rogers of GoodnCrazy.com hits us up with creative ways for beating summer boredom with science!

Steve Reifman of SteveReifman.com is a National Board Certified elementary school teacher, author, and speaker; he will be bringing us 7 ways parents can encourage reluctant readers.

John Hollaran of SnappSchool.com gives us insight into how to help your child celebrate their success, make the most of learning over the summer, and get ready for the challenges of the year to come.

Yael Calhoun, co-author of School Volunteer Handbook: A Simple Guide for K – 6, illustrates fun ideas for summer reading for kids.

Rachel Matthews of A Southern Fairytale brings us fun “foodie” ideas for incorporating learning in the kitchen this summer!

Rachel Lynette of Minds in Bloom has written over 100 nonfiction books for children and details specific areas to target for continued summer learning, from making math fun, to both reading and writing!

And many more to come starting next week!

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