It can be difficult to capture a student’s attention when learning inside on a bright summer’s day. However, teaching summer school doesn’t have to be all work and no play. In fact, we’ve got tons of lesson plans, teaching tips and ideas to make learning fun! Take advantage of the good weather to have class outside. Dive into some of these great resources and soak up some new ideas. Keep your student’s interest during those long summer days and make your own job a little easier.
Take the Bummer Out of Summer: Fun Activities and Ideas for Grade School Learning in the summertime is the last thing children want to do. Learn how to keep your grade school students motivated to learn all summer long. Browse through this collection of summer activities, and use the tips to help you create a fun summer learning experience for your students.
Make Reading During Summer School Enjoyable for Your Students Students attending summer classes are often reluctant readers already and having to go to school when everyone else is on vacation makes them even less thrilled about books. Spark their interest with hands-on summer school reading activities designed to reinforce skills and comprehension.
Summer School Activities to Motivate Students Many summer school programs in elementary schools are for enrichment and for extra practice. Some students look forward to extending the school year, but in general, students are ready for school to be over. It is important to plan fun summer school activities and provide motivation for kids.
Get Active with these Four Fun and Educational Summer Games The start of summer should not signal the end of learning. Instead, incorporate some educational summer interactive games into the daily schedule to promote learning and fun simultaneously. With games like rubber ducky synonyms and multiplication hop, kids won't even realize they are learning.