Summer Reading – First Grade During summer break, make sure your child reads three days a week for at least 20 minutes. Kindergarten Benchmarks Every child progresses differently but generally a child’s language development typically occurs in a predictable way. Prior to entering
Summer Reading – Kindergarten During summer break, make sure your child reads three days a week for at least 20 minutes. Preschool Benchmarks A child’s language development typically occurs in a predictable manner. Prior to entering kindergarten, a child should possess the
Summer Learning Can Occur at the Beach While at the beach this past weekend, my daughter said, Mom come look and to my astonishment she wrote in the sand with a sea shell, “I LOVE MOM.” Of course I kissed her gently and hugged her tightly. After cherishing the moment, I proceeded to have her
Place emphasis on recognizing the letters of the alphabet as well as the letters that are in your child’s name. When entering kindergarten, children who know their letters are at an advantage when learning to read. Some fun activities to do with your child are noted below: Sing the ABC song.
Studies have shown that students can lose one to two months of knowledge over the summer. In addition, teachers typically spend the first several weeks of school re-teaching material to students. Thus, the term seasonal brain drain emerged to describe what typically occurs to a child’s mind over