10 Days of Summertime Learning Fun

How do you keep your kids learning throughout the summer, instead of losing half of what they already know? Our brains get lazy when we don’t use them, so we have to fight back with some sneaky summertime learning! Stick around for the next great Homeschool Blogging Network series… I will be sharing with you some ways that I keep the learning fun going all summer long!

10 Days of Summertime Learning Fun

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Researchers say that many kids lose 2-3 months worth of learning over the summer. We sometimes relax during summer and don’t think much about school.  This summer slide may not happen in homeschools, but just being out of routine can wreak havoc in my home.

But you can sneak a little learning in there during the summer that doesn’t feel like “real” school. In this series, I will share some great links, some great printables, and lots of great tips to make summer learning fun!

Day 1: 5 Ways to Encourage Summer Reading

Day 2: Vacation Schooling- Summer Learning while on Vacation

Day 3: Best Educational Toys for Summertime Learning

Day 4: Geocaching for Summer Learning Fun

Day 5: Cooking with your Kids

Day 6: Our Favorite Games for Family Game Night

Day 7: Keep them Creating All Summer Long

Day 8: Making History Come Alive

Day 9: Our Favorite Online Learning Games

Day 10: Helping Kids Become Entrepreneurs



A bunch of my friends at the Homeschool Blogging Network have teamed up this summer to bring you 10 Days of Tips for Homeschool Moms during July. We will be posting about all kinds of great topics that will be a help to homeschool mamas!

The series will kick off Monday, July 11. We will each post a great new tip every day for 10 days, so there will be lots of great homeschool encouragement for the entire 10 days! I will post links here each day during the series, so be sure to check back here for all the great fun!


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  • Diedre

    June 24, 2016 at 7:06 pm Reply

    What a great idea! As a school counselor, I understand the importance of children having some sort of practice so their brains don’t completely turn to mush. Sharing!

    • Amy

      June 25, 2016 at 11:23 pm Reply

      Thanks for visiting! I am sooo excited about this series… It’s going to be so much fun! And my kids will be learning in the process. Gotta love that!

  • Jen @Practical, By Default

    June 26, 2016 at 5:44 am Reply

    Looking forward to your ideas, as a working homeschool mom I like summer to be for them to pick out whatever they want to learn about. Having a list of “back up ideas” in my mind for days off are awesome. Sometimes the “I’m Bored” kicks in.

    • Amy

      June 26, 2016 at 9:11 pm Reply

      I’m that way too. Most of my tips come from things that they have chosen to do on their own, and didn’t realize they were learning! Gotta love sneaky learning!

  • Jamie

    June 26, 2016 at 6:45 am Reply

    Looking forward to some great tips! Good idea!

    • Amy

      June 26, 2016 at 6:20 pm Reply

      I’m so glad you stopped by! I can’t wait for this series. I am so excited!!!

  • Amy

    July 3, 2016 at 7:54 pm Reply

    What a wonderful post! How lovely to have such a great series for sneaking in some learning during the summer. Thanks so much for sharing at the Monday Mish Mash Link Party!

    • Amy

      July 10, 2016 at 11:25 pm Reply

      Thanks for stopping by! I hope some of my tips help you sneak in a little bit of learning this summer!

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