Summertime fun! Find new ways to keep kids active and learning during the summer months with our summer activities.
There are ways you can entertain and enrich infants, toddlers, and two-year-olds indoors—without putting on a movie or TV show. To aid in children's intellectual growth, they need as much challenging stimulation as possible. Fortunately, indoor activities can help children grow intellectually just as much as outdoor activities can.Movement and Play Summer Learning
No one likes having to clean up wet or sandy messes (or both!), but don’t skip out on giving children sand- and water-table experiences. When children use a sand or water table, they can release tension in a nonthreatening environment, build new skills, grow in all areas of development, and gain confidence.Summer Learning Social Emotional
For young children, so much of the world is new to them that even the mundane can be thrilling. What feels like normal, boring errands to you is a mysterious grown-up adventure for your children. Their sense of wonder is endless!Movement and Play Summer Learning Outdoor Learning Lesson Planning Infant & Toddler
Spring has sprung! With the days getting longer and the weather getting warmer, what better time is there to start a garden? Gardening is a great way to help young-learners explore the great outdoors while creating something beautiful and unique.Summer Learning Science
Toddlerhood is all about exploration! When children are young and still new to the world, everything is an adventure.After School Movement and Play Summer Learning Outdoor Learning Infant & Toddler Seasonal Learning: Fall Cooking
Addition and subtraction aren’t the only two early math skills young learners should encounter. Estimation, for example, is an important early math skill that involves critical thinking and problem solving.After School Math Summer Learning Lesson Planning
Prevent summer slide with fun games and activities for kids. Infants can enjoy gross motor activities outside while toddlers and preschoolers explore the lush summer flora. Summer activities are fun for the whole family!
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