Do some fun learning and observations about the stars, animals, plants, trees and other various outdoor items. Focus on having them keep detailed and accurate notes of what they notice.
Determine the cost for a family outing to a movie, theme park, museum, sporting event, or other interesting attraction.
Have your child write the dinner menu for the week.
Calculate how much the gasoline will cost to reach a destination traveled by car.
Conduct simple experiments at home using items commonly found in the kitchen. Make predictions and record results.
Calculate how many gallons of gas the car will be need for the upcoming trip.
Learn how a credit card works. The concepts covered here include addition, subtraction, percents and decimals.
Don’t let the summer slide happen to your child! Learning over the summer is important. The key to making summer learning successful is it has to be fun. If not, your child will not be invested in it. Over the next several weeks Y3K Tutor In Your Home will give you tips to help you prevent the summer slide. Check back tomorrow!
The secrets to success: preparation, hard work, and learning from failure.
If you want to see the rainbow, you are going to have to be able to deal with the rain first.