Many parents like to have a different less intense schedule in the summer but they also want to maintain educational momentum. Reading can be a mainstay of summer intellectual activity. Here are some other ideas for summer supplements or programs:
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Alternatively, many parents take advantage of the summer to work on their student's creativity and writing skills. A good way to get one-on-one writing instruction over the net is with Time4Writing's summer writing courses.
The incredibly popular VocabularySpellingCity has a summer program that they provide to their premium members. Sign up for a family membership and get their summer vocabulary program included. They have 40 word learning games and activities for each level.
Learning Programs for Summer Study