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    If you could pick one subject you should keep up with your children during summer what would it be?

    I have always kept math an on-going subject for my girls. I feel they lose so much during summer that you spend too much time playing catch up and refresh!
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    I do reading interesting stories and novels and getting them more closer to nature and sport activities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jenny mile View Post
    I do reading interesting stories and novels and getting them more closer to nature and sport activities.
    We also do extra reading over the summer, as well as more nature oriented-outdoor stuff. When the weather allows, at any rate.

    Spelling is our subject that we can't let rest...we have to stay on top of that ALL year, no matter what break we are on.
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    I suggest vacation, games, extracurricular activities and reading also. Everything is important.
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    Quote Originally Posted by tiyashrivasthav View Post
    I suggest vacation, games, extracurricular activities and reading also. Everything is important.
    Great suggestions! Thanks so much for jumping in!
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