Whether helping your child be on track with math or staying active and connected to friends, summer is a great time to mix it up and have fun!
Kids thrive when they feel connected to what they are learning and who they are learning with.
Here are 3 ideas to help remix your summer learning...Download tips »
Review Key Skills
Think about the skills for your child to work on based on your own observations and teacher feedback. Use the Readiness Check to know how your child is doing with grade-level math and reading skills and get connected to fun, easy-to-use resources to help them practice those skills every day.
Replay What Matters Most
What does your child want to learn about? What makes them light up with confidence and joy? Ask your child how they are feeling–about themselves and their friendships. Lean into what keeps them motivated and look for resources in your community and online.
Reflect on Progress
Share what you notice about your child’s progress with tutors, summer program leaders and new teachers in the fall. For example, “my child needs help solving word problems with fractions.” You are the expert on your child and your insights and questions are important.
* PARENTS 2022 | Hidden in Plain Sight: A Way Forward for Equity Centered Family Engagement
** NAEP, The Nation’s Report Card 2019
PARENTS DESERVE TO KNOW
According to our national survey, 9 in 10 parents believe their child is performing at or above grade level.*
Yet, what percentage of 8th graders nationally are reading at grade level?**Learn more »
What’s your Summer Learning ReMix?
Math and Staying Active? Check out these fun activities.Share your ideas using #SummerRemix »
HOW TO USE THE READINESS CHECK
In this Parenting Minutes video, parents and children show you how to use the Readiness Check!
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