Make It a Summer of Wonder

FREE Downloadable Activities & Special Summer Savings

Summer is here, and with the newfound freedom it brings, we understand that parents want to keep their kids busy!

Many parents (and teachers!) have told us that they dread the notion of the summer learning loss — more commonly known as the “brain drain,” “summer slump,” or “summer slide.” Research has shown that students can lose up to a month’s worth of academic progress over the time off during the summer. How can you combat this summer learning loss? Keep kids engaged all summer long in meaningful activities with Summer of Wonder!

What does meaningful mean in this case? Well, summer is the perfect time for kids of all ages to dive into high-interest activities as well as explore new ones. It is a time to loosen any reins, and give kids the voice and choice in how to keep themselves busy. You could also dive into these activities as a family to carve out quality time together.

SIGN UP TODAY to access our brand new six packets of both online and offline activities, which we will release every two weeks thorughout the summer. Each packet contains two hands-on activities for both Dash and Cue, our elementary and middle school robots (sign up for special promotional savings off of the robots and accessories!). But that’s not all! We also have printable puzzles to balance out the time spent with digital media. You don’t need our robots for these downloadable puzzles.

Summer of Wonder Packet #1 available now! www.makewonder.com/summer

Plus, we have quite an exhaustive list of recommended picture books, chapter books, and books for parents and educators. Summer reading for all! Let us know your favorite STEAM picks as well and we will add to our growing list.

“Creativity is intelligence having fun.” — Einstein

Have fun in the sun with our Summer of Wonder! Share your families’ Dash & Cue activities with our community on Twitter @WonderWorkshop, #FunwithWonder.

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Jun 11, 2018

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