7 ways to keep your kids' brains from turning to mush this summer
As a great educational theorist once observed, when released each summer from the rigorous oversight of academic professionals, children often abandon such fundamentals as the use of writing implements and reading of scholarly tomes. Numerous studies show that when school's out for summer, kids' brains start to drain. When the next academic year starts, they often spend a month or more catching up to where they were when vacation began.
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