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The Lost Summer of 2020? How to Balance Fun and Learning for Worn Out Kids

summer plans that strike a balance between learning and fun.Step One: Involve your child in crafting their summer plans — including educational and leisure activities — as much as possible.

Begin by helping them think through leisure ideas by asking:Here’s one whole-family exercise to “open the floodgates,” so to speak:The notes won’t dictate how to structure your days, but they will start a dialogue and get even reluctant children to creatively open up.

While the goal is to figure out how children want to spend their summer, parents can and should place “restrictions” on certain activities prior to starting the dialogue or exercise – only some fraction of ideas may involve a screen, for example.

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