How to Create a Summer Learning Experience
You can create a summer experience for your child that's fun and educational.
Summer is a time when all kids need to take a break from the demands of school and just have fun. However, for many kids with learning disabilities, the summer can be an educational "black hole" when they lose a lot of what they learn during the year. In terms of learning efficiency and learning need, these are "12-month kids" in a 9-month culture. In order to be successful, these kids need learning to be continuous. For this reason, it's important for parents and teachers to work together to build a bridge that spans the end of one school year and the beginning of the next.
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