No school doesn’t mean no parenting. Though it’s important for children to let loose and have fun during the summer, especially to recover from a potentially exhausting school year, this comes with the risk of them returning to school unprepared and having lost some key adaptive skills. Parents often struggle to walk the difficult line between relaxation and readiness, and this becomes evident in some children’s rough transitions back to an intense schedule when school rolls around again.
It’s the brain’s Executive Function that allows kids to adapt and adjust from the loose structure of the summer to the tight structure of school, and there are specific strategies and habit that parents can develop to make this adjustment process as smooth as possible.
In this webinar, Sucheta will discuss tips and tricks to overcome the challenges that arise during the laid-back months of summer, outline techniques to keep your kid’s brain stimulated to activate their creative mind, and finally, help parents and kids connect their learning to real purpose.