Summer Learning Activities for Kids

 School is out for many districts and homeschoolers and the summer fun has started.  How can you keep the learning going over the next few months?  We put together ideas to play your way through the ABCs this summer. We thought these featured posts from Share It Saturday were the perfect way to learn and play the summer away.  Have fun playing (and learning) this summer!
For the summer months, we’ll be doing Share It Saturday just a little differently.  Instead of weekly link up, there will be a month long linky going on. Stop back each week to add your posts to the party.  We’ll be pulling a few features from each month’s link ups, so be sure to add your new posts all month long!

Summer learning activities


Summer Learning Activities for Kids

Read books!  Keep a book log (Children are a Blessing) or even Start your own story time (Growing Book By Book)

Get outside! Try this rhyming toss game (Fantastic Fun and Learning) in the driveway.  While you’re there, practice sight words with fireworks. (There’s Just One Mommy).

We loved our outdoor sight word scavenger hunt.

Do some Science Experiments!
Nothing says summer more than red, white, and blue.  Try this 4th of July Science Ice Melt activity (Little Bins for Little Hands) or this Hopping Corn Science experiment (One Time Through)

How are you encouraging learning this summer?

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