Southwood Learning - Educational summertime activities for children

While school officially takes a pause during summer, you can still keep your children mentally engaged with simple and fun learning activities. Various exercises energize learning and imagination at each grade level and, above all, are beneficial for your child before they resume school in the fall.

1. Go On A Word Hunt

This movement assists your kid with building both perusing and counting abilities. Make a word list, composing every one of the words on a sticky note. Conceal each sticky note someplace in the house. Assist your child with utilizing the word rundown to look for as a considerable lot of the words as the person can find. Each time your child tracks down a comment, request that the person in question read it without holding back. When your child has seen every one of the words, read them once more and count the number of each word the individual in question found. You can likewise construct progressed abilities by having your kid utilize the words found to make a sentence or brief tale.

2. Make A Sidewalk Word Ladder

Work on spelling abilities and have fun outside simultaneously with a chalk word stepping stool. Work out a comment on each unfilled space of the stepping stool, and have your youngster start at the base. Each time the person climbs stepping stool, request that your kid sound out the word the individual in question lands on at the point when the person arrives at the top, pivot and do the stepping stool in reverse. You can likewise work on excluding by trading the words for letters. This activity can help with motor skills!

3. Count With Ice Cream

Make math more enjoyable by consolidating something kids love — ice cream! Buy individual ice cream packets and do a variety of counting activities with the ice cream cups, such as adding them together or subtracting them. The reward after the activity is to eat the ice cream. For a healthier alternative, children can work with yogurt cups.

4. Make A Word-Building Kit

Make a word-building kit out of a metal lunch box, a letter set of refrigerator magnets, and giant art sticks with attractive tape on the back. Compose an alternate word on each post — you can make these words simple or seriously testing in light of your kid’s expertise level. Have your youngster pick a word stick, put it on the open top part of the case, and spell the word with attractive letters. Ask your child to read every word as the person spells them.

5. Sort With Stickers

Work on recognizing and sorting colors with stickers. You can open a pack of stickers and have your child sort them by color. You can also reinforce the math skills by having them count the number of stickers that are a certain color. You can also have your child sort the stickers by shape.

Continue To Learn All Summer Long.

Summer is a period for your child to unwind and re-energize, yet it’s critical to ensure they are still learning and staying active. Look to Southwood Learning to help your child with learning skills and other fun activities. Visit our website or call us today to learn more about what we offer!