Even if you educate all year long, you may want to keep about one month free over the summer to evaluate what worked, what didn’t work, and what you might want to change about the past year. The summer is a great time to learn from our children what their interests are, to read inspiring and motivating books and, eventually, to gear up for the next year. Here are 3 simple summer tips for home tutors:
Keep Your Children Active
During the summer young people will need something to do to keep their minds sharp and their hands busy. We have collected 7 Easy Summer Learning Strategies to get you started!
Invest in Yourself
The time you invest in you really does pay off. You’ve undoubtedly heard by now that you cannot give what you do not have. Check out these 9 things for Mom to do this summer, which include taking a break!
Attend “Summer School”
When you are ready to look ahead, check out our Summer School for Mom series, where we walk you through the process of laying the foundation and setting the atmosphere, to determining your goals and choosing materials to fit your plan.