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Help your Kids Make the Most if this Summer

As parents, we want our children to have fun this summer, yet we also want them to learn and be productive this summer. So, how do we strike that balance? Here are three tips to help you get started:

  1. Combine Learning with Fun: Look for educational activities that are enjoyable and engaging. For example, you can have a family game night using financial literacy flash cards or plan a family outing. 
  2. Limit Screen Time: While it's tempting to let kids spend their summer days watching TV or playing video games, after all they're no longer going to school. Try to set reasonable limits on screen time. Encourage them to spend more time outdoors and engage in hands-on activities like reading, painting, or arts. 
  3. Summer Camps and Workshops: Look for local summer camps or workshops that align with your child's interests. They can have fun while learning from experienced instructors.