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7 Great Places to Squeeze in Summer Learning

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Mother and daughter baking cookies in kitchen

In the Kitchen

The next time you are whipping up a batch of cookies, let your child help out. Learning his way around the kitchen is a useful skill, and learning opportunities are everywhere! Counting and sorting ingredients are perfect for little ones to work on some basic math skills. Older kids can help read the recipe, measure ingredients, and preheat the stove (with adult supervision, of course!)

When your cookies are finished, you can all sit down and enjoy your hard work with a tall glass of milk.

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