Shawna Wingert writes about how summer "learning" can make your entire school year better.
After three years of summer vacations, I began to dread summer. After four, I decided I needed to create a summer learning plan that met all of our needs – a break, a nod to the more relaxed days of summer, but with structure and the predictability my children crave.
Turn out, summer learning is one of the best things I have ever done for our homeschool.
In the article, she discusses trying new things, confidence building for the whole family, and easier transitions back to school. To read the whole article, follow the link above.