Have you had a chance to check out The Homeschool Post yet? Even if you don’t homeschool, there are a ton of great ideas about activities and summer learning fun! Like my recent guest post. (Have I mentioned that I am SO excited to be guest-posting on other blogs?!)
Here’s a snippet:
One thing I love about summer is how much time my kids have to learn without their textbooks. I recently wrote an article that includes tips for planning a fabulous summer and today I want to share some of our favorite summer learning activities:
Go to the library.
Many libraries have a plethora of activities and opportunities all year, but especially during the summer. Take advantage of this if you can!
Use the memberships you have.
Did you buy a zoo or museum membership that you haven’t gotten much use out of? Visit the location this summer!
Volunteer at local farms.
I recently posted a comment on a local homeschool Facebook page offering to volunteer at farms in the area and I had a few great responses.
Since then, we’ve cleaned out chicken coops and gathered eggs, mucked horse stalls, visited with dozens of animals, bottle-fed baby goats, and learned about farm life in general…