We strongly believe in improving classroom and extracurricular activities at Kids on the Yard. We believe that life happens in the yard and the classroom! We are determined to evolve children’s growth in all aspects of their lives. The time to put away sunscreen and water wings for backpacks and pencil cases is almost here! Good news! Our kids still have time to do a few more fun summer activities before returning to school!
The Fourth of July, also known as July 4th or Independence Day, is a federal holiday in the US that celebrates the passage of the Declaration of Independence by the Continental Congress. While Independence Day has been a national holiday since 1941, the tradition of its celebration dates back to 1776.
A virtual summer camp is a vital resource that helps campers be active, meet other children, and have a lot of fun! In addition, they provide learners of all ages a platform to connect and socialize with new friends without the need to leave their homes. While kids don’t meet face to face in the virtual summer camps, they can recreate most of these educational opportunities on a digital platform.
Summer reading facilitates the practice of skills learned during the school year and improves children’s experience of the world around them while also helping them to discover the joy of reading.
When children turn what was unfamiliar before into ordinary, practical skills and eventually into a habit by practicing reading skills.
By participating in summer reading activities children gain the most reading skills and a better understanding of language, therefore, transforming from Learn to Read into Reading to Learn.
TOP 10 Summer Program for Spelling, Writing, and comprehension. Struggling does not mean failing.
Reading struggles are common among children of all ages. Most struggling readers have trouble spelling, writing, comprehension, and fluency. Reading struggles can cause frustration and stress among students, impacting children’s self-esteem. Combat reading loss and help struggling readers this summer with accelerated reading tracks aligned to the Kids on the Yard summer reading virtual camp.
Math is the most affected subject by the “summer slide” compared to reading and other related topics. According to research, children can lose between 25 to 50% of their school year’s progress in Math if they don’t engage in practice during the summer break. It is more probable for children to continue reading during the summer than for them to continue practicing Math skills.