Keeping Kids Off the Summer Slide

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for many children each summer and their parents don’t even know it’s out there. It’s called the “summer slide,” and it describes what happens when young minds sit idle for three months.

As parents approach the summer break, many are thinking about the family vacation, trips to the pool, how to

keep children engaged in activities at home, the abrupt changes to everyone’s schedule—and how to juggle it all. What they might not be focusing on is how much educational ground their children could lose during the three-month break from school, particularly when it comes to reading.

Experts agree that children who read during the summer gain reading skills, while those who

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do not often slide backward. According to the authors of a report from the National Summer Learning Association: “A conservative estimate of lost instructional time is approximately two months or roughly 22 percent of the school year…. It’s common for teachers to spend at least a month re-teaching material that students have forgotten over the summer. That month of re-teaching eliminates a month that could have been spent on teaching new information and skills.”

Summer slide affects millions of children each year but it doesn’t have to. Please join us on our new Facebook group dedicated to provide and exchange reading tips and learn from everyone’s experience.
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Keep learning fun throughout the summer break and the rest of the year.

One comment on “Keeping Kids Off the Summer Slide
  1. Zelma Rosiak says:

    You have a great way with words as shown in your article. You’re even good with informational content like you have here. I like your views and your writing technique. Keep up the good work!

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