Dana Point Summer Camp Experts Release Summer Learning Guide for Parents

This summer, the Boys and Girls Club of the South Coast’s will offer their highly-anticipated STEAM-inspired summer camp Dana Point program.

In a recently released report from the Boys and Girls Club of the South Coast Area, a summer camp for kids in Dana Point, parents are challenged to find ways to increase their child’s learning and problem-solving abilities, even when school is out. The writers caution parents to find age appropriate activities that both reinforce their child’s learning but also provide children to expand their knowledge through real-world and hands-on projects. The informative report outlines three specific ways that parents can make the summer months both educational and engaging for their children.

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Learning Guide for Parents

Researchers have found that students statistically score lower on standardized tests administered after summer break. This decrease in academic proficiency is commonly referred to as the “summer brain drain,” and summer camp Dana Point programs are looking to reverse this trend.

1.)    Tailor activities to their interests. Dana Point summer camp parents should seek to find opportunities for their child to explore a hobby or interest. Leverage do-it-yourself or at-home activities to maximize family time and interactions. According to the learning guide, students are often unable to control their learning, both the pace and the content, during the school year and the summer represents a unique time where children can express themselves freely by having time to explore their own interests.

2.)    Take advantage of fun (and educational) summer programs. For working parents or those looking for out-of-the-house options, Summer Camp…

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