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07/10/2017
Children tend to forget what they saw in school almost as soon as summer break starts. You can prevent this from happening by keeping their minds active on your way to your summer destination.

Fun Road Trip Activities for Learning

Are you planning a road trip with your family this summer? Your children might not appreciate the idea of sitting in the car for a long period. Fortunately, there are a few activities you can try to keep your children entertained on the road. Even better, keep their brain’s learning power active during their summer vacation.

Storytelling

What better way to develop their creativity than by making up a story? Everyone in the car will have their turn in adding some parts to the tale. The first player starts the story, then another player continues, and so on. You can try to add landmarks, signs, and other things you see on the road into the story.

Around the World

Practice geography skills by playing a game that requires naming countries, states, cities, and landmarks. The first player names a place, the next player names another one that starts with the last letter of the first place. If one player says California, the next needs to say something like Alaska or another place that starts with an A.

Mnemonic Songs

Don’t let all the knowledge your children got this school year be forgotten. Ask them about some topics they saw in class and make up a song about them together. Many studies show that it’s easier to recall information with music, especially if your children are auditory learners.

Tutoring in Bear for the Summer

To keep your children’s knowledge fresh and learn something new before the next school year, enroll them in summer tutoring in Bear. Call The Tutoring Center, Bear DE at 302-419-4824 to learn about their summer programs.

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