Maintaining a child's engagement in reading during the summer months is crucial for their academic development, cognitive growth, and overall well-being. In addition, keeping children engaged in reading over the summer is a great way to foster their love for books, enhance literacy skills and prevent the dreaded summer slide. Let's explore the importance of keeping children reading throughout the summer and some fun ways to do so.
As adults, we are all aware of how important friendships are. However, they are far more critical in a child's social and emotional development. Their ability to be a good friend is developed over time. As your child grows, they learn more about friendship from others. There are a few things that you can do with your child to teach them how to be a friend and how to foster friendships. Let's see what Toof and Gib have to say.
"Wouldn't' it be just wonderful to travel on the air?" – The Giblet
Children are naturally curious. They want to know everything about the world around them. When we allow children to be curious and creative and explore their world, we encourage their development and well-being.