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Question: Summer vacations

We are planning our summer vaca and would like to do something that is fun but is also a bit educational. Anyone have any suggestions. We need to get on this!



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Advice from Schoolfamily

Lisa @ School Family writes:
Not sure what area you live in but his article has some great suggestions of places to visit that are fun and educational. Anyone else have suggestions to add?
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Emily writes:
Try to visit some places that let your kids learn more about their special interests. If they love dinosaurs, go to a natural history museum or an actual site where archeologists found dinosaur fossils. If they love the great outdoors, visit some place with a different landscape than you have at home and I bet they'll love discovering all the new-to-them plants, animals and bugs! Keep in mind that just traveling to a new place presents plenty of learning opportunities for kids. You don't have to cram in lessons, just look for places along the way that they'll have fun exploring.
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SchoolFamily writes:
Thanks, Emily for adding your tips. Going with what your kids are really interested in is key to keeping it fun. I agree with your sentiment about not cramming in learning!
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jaysin writes:
A local museum of science may also have fun activities that sneak in some learning, too1
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