Summer is a prime time to be outdoors and approach learning with a proactive mindset.
Our kids love trips to new museums, parks, events, and new bites.
Perhaps most important, they crave being able to bring their book learning to life!
For example, their learning about President JFK, and especially his assassination, took on new life when we were able to visit downtown Dallas and the sixth-floor museum.
Again, what they had learned from school about the Alamo meant less to them than when we visited the very spot where hundreds were killed in that conflict.
Reading is a gateway that, if mastered, opens endless opportunities for growth and influence.
Here are 9 ways to enhance your child’s summer reading experience: