Your child’s list of 10 things to do this summer

June 11, 2013 at 10:00 AM Leave a comment

Encourage your child to make a list.

Making and sharing lists is a way to organize and communicate. Their list may include fantasy ideas or impossible deeds, let them express their thoughts. Discuss what can be done. The list is a set of possible goals not all will be achieved!

Some ideas: learn to ride a bike, go to the zoo, play all day long, watch a parade, be on stage, relax, visit the moon, go to a baseball game, etc.  more summer fun

Parameters can be based on the same concepts used for budgeting and planning a birthday party: is there enough time, the cost, safety, is it healthy, and is it age appropriate.

Keep the list,  check off completed items and add more ideas as the summer progresses.

Entry filed under: Planning Children's Birthday Parties: Hints, Social skills developed at Birthday parties. Tags: , .

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