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Summer is the perfect time to help your child grow in body and mind!
Fill your summer with outdoor adventures and find opportunities to learn through everyday activities.
Not sure where to get started? Don't worry Explore Learning has you covered.
Check out our range of free activities, advice articles and much more to keep your family entertained this summer.
Did you know?
Contrary to popular opinion, recent research has shown that children are growing more during the school term than during the summer holidays.
It's believed that a lack of routines and less time outside exercising are contributing factors - check out these suggestions from some our families of how they build good habits over summer.
Mum from Preston
As a family we try to stick to agreed times for breakfast, lunch and dinner as this helps establish a routine each day and plan activities for the times in between.
Dad from Barking
Especially as the evenings stay lighter for longer we've found that creating a bedtime ritual with out kids helps them unwind in the evening - such as no electronics an hour before bed.
Mum from Leicester
Over summer we always try to check out what's happening in our local area for free outdoor activities - these can be a great excuse to get out of the house, with the promise of some fun!
Dad from Aberdeen
Over summer there's lots more temptations for treats so we prepare little pots of healthy snacks - like carrot sticks, mandarin segments, cucumber etc. We try to offer these as much as possible throughout the day rather than rely on buying food when we're out and about.
Granny from Bournemouth
Usually I will walk my grandson to school each morning so over the summer we try to keep that routine going by walking to the local shop to buy some fruit or a newspaper. My grandson thinks it's to keep me active but I like the idea of getting him out of the house each day - if even for only a little while.
What could your child achieve this summer with an Explore Learning tutor by their side?
It's believed that many children experience some summer learning loss, which can in turn impact their confidence in returning to school.
You can prevent this by putting in a regular session with a tutor over the summer for one hour per week to keep their brains active, practise important maths and English skills as well as develop their confidence and social skills.