1. Use real life examples.
2. Don’t dismiss the T.V.
3. Purchase “School House Rock!”
4. To incorporate science, try taking nature walks, or planting a garden in your yard and discussing the process by which things grow.
5. Books are also a good way to introduce certain concepts and vocabulary words related to math and science to young learners.
6. Don’t dismiss technology.
There are numerous websites devoted to games, puzzles, printable worksheets, and even at home experiments for inquisitive minds. Make sure to supervise.Follow these six tips to enhance your kid’s educational experience during the summer months. By doing so, they will have a rewarding time academically and recreationally, and more importantly, they‘ll have a greater likelihood of being prepared for the next school year.
About the author
Troy Edwards is a math and science teacher in California. He also writes for Home Tuition Agency of Singapore, where they are able to tailor an English tuition program to meet the needs of your child.