As school winds down, parents will be looking for ways to keep kids engaged and not bored over the summer.
One thing that parents and educators alike are interested in combatting is summer learning loss.
On average, students lose two months of reading skills over the summer, the National Summer Learning Association states.
Information shows that by reading only five books over the summer, students learn as much as they would by enrolling in summer school, according to the association.
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By Wyndi Veigel • [email protected]