The summer can be a tricky time for parents. What will you do with your kids when their days are completely and utterly free?
What if you can’t afford camp? What if they forget everything they’ve learned?
According to Charlotte Reznick, Ph.D, a child educational psychologist and UCLA professor, the best thing parents can do is to focus on fun. The summer is an opportunity for parents to bond with their kids – and for kids to enjoy a true vacation.
Below are 11 tips on how to do just that. Big budgets and many hours are not required.
1. Do what works for your family.
As Reznick said, “Each family is unique,” and parents know the activities that suit their family’s needs. For instance, your family might bond over pillow fights, or such games might cause real fights, she said.
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