From doctor’s appointments for school physicals, waiting in line at amusement parks or riding in the car on road trips, waiting is everywhere this summer. Why not use this time to prevent summer learning loss?
In school, visual learners experience more sitting still, left brain, language oriented learning and much less hands on learning. Summer is a great time to use alternative activities to keep it fun and light while maintaining the learning.
Under normal circumstances, summer brain drain can amount to a significant learning loss, as much as 2 1/2 months per student, with the biggest losses in math and reading. But, time spent distance learning, has created additional concerns about the potential losses that lie ahead. Sign up for this FREE eBook full of great ideas to keep the learning happening all summer!