There's still a month or so of summer, depending on when your child goes back to school. So, if you haven't been engaging your young kid's mind every day since the last day of class, not to worry there's still time to stop the infamous summer brain drain.
A multitude of resources exist online that both you and your child will love, as well as benefit from. Best of all, these intellectual projects also involve creativity and they're really fun for your kids to do alone or for you to do with them based on their age, motor skills, and mental abilities. Games are a proven way for young children to learn and activities such as Scuba Jack Go Fish which is pictured here is available on their site as a complimentary downloadable pdf.
Adventures of Scuba Jack is a wonderful source online and off for families with kids from 2-6 years old to get ideas for crafts as well as to download worksheets, learning activities, thematic units, online games, and a Preschool Assessment tool. There is even an assortment of articles for parents to read on all sorts of growth opportunities for your family when you visit their website.
This wonderful site also has a FREE Homework Club for kids that rewards children who send in their work with special prizes.
The rewards for taking advantage of such gratis resources such as this are too many to count. Certainly your child will be entertained for hours but they'll also be reinforcing and building new skills that can give them a significant edge when school begins in the fall.
With still some time left this summer, what are you waiting for? We all know that our children will all grow up too fast. Check out this site today for lots of really cool stuff that will make mom, dad, and all the little happy till school begins.
About Adventures of Scuba Jack
Created by a teacher, Adventures of Scuba Jack, offers an amazing variety of books, DVDs, and other educational materials that are both fun and inspiring. In addition to products parents of preschoolers will appreciate the site also offers thematic curriculum units for teachers and homeschoolers.
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