School is over, so what now? Students thrive on routines, and the transition from school to summer can be difficult. The school routine is broken and students need a daily schedule in the summer months.
Here are a few ideas to help your students and children keep working on their social skills, decrease their screen time, and get into a summer routine that works for them and you.
Remember: to create a fun-filled summer, you need a summer plan where you and your child need to plan your summer vacation together. Get your kids involved so they can give their ideas for fun activities, summer programs, and transition from school more smoothly.
If you're looking for more advice for children with behavioral or learning challenges, keep in mind that the transition to summer can be tough. Spending the days and hours differently can make for a difficult transition, and it's easy to get overwhelmed or feel lost. You can learn more tips on surviving the transition at brainbalancecenters.com.
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