Under normal circumstances, summer can amount to a significant learning loss, as much as 2 1/2 months per student, with the biggest losses in math and reading. However, a year spent distance learning, has created additional concerns about the potential losses that lie ahead.
Not to worry, it takes as little as 15 minutes a day in each of the core subject areas, reading, drawing, writing and math, to maintain learning all summer long. That leaves plenty of time for essential unstructured, creative play. That healthy balance between structure and free time is a big part of preventing the learning loss that many children experience over the summer months.
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