Shannon Philpott

Writing, Reflecting, Teaching

Learning in Disguise: 10 Kid-Approved Activities

Screen shot 2013-04-27 at 3.37.06 PMPublished April 2013: eHow Mom

Learning in Disguise: 10 Kid-Approved Activities

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While you and your children may be looking forward to swimming, games, and outdoor activities this summer, it’s easy to forget that learning doesn’t stop when the sun is shining. Don’t let your child forget the academic lessons from the school year. Instead, find ways to incorporate learning into the family’s summer plans with educational field trips and at-home experiments that disguise learning. “Don’t make it a learning activity,” says Dr. Leonisa Ardizzone, science educator and founder of Storefront Science. “Instead, make it an adventure.”

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– Shannon Philpott

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April 27, 2013 - Posted by | Feature Stories, Magazine Writing, Sample Work | , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. Piece of writing writing is also a excitement,
    if you be familiar with then you can write
    or else it is complicated to write.

    Comment by Daniella | October 8, 2014 | Reply


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