Recently, the children in our school district were on Fall break from their schools, but they did not stop learning. Our local library provided four days of expanded knowledge (after the Columbus Day holiday). Children (some with their parents) learned more about Scavenger Hunts by finding Pokemon throughout the library and creating their own comic strip. They enjoyed a visit and story from Clifford, the big red dog. They came dressed as their favorite super hero and constructed their own superhero cuffs. They even learned about medieval times and arts from The Society for Creative Anachronism.
Parents taking the time and making the effort to be present and to learn with their children made their Fall break a marvelous opportunity to learn together.
"SMARTER PARENTS FOR SMARTER KIDS."