A child’s primary job is to learn, but in the summertime, usually lacking a structured classroom setting, a child is often available to learn and perform responsibilities within the home and family. Summer is a great opportunity to establish new routines, train children in various life skills, and keep summer idleness at bay.
What types of lists have you used to teach summer responsibilities? Which lists are your favorites?
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