Disclosure: I am PBS KIDS ambassador and received a PBS KIDS party kit. As always, my posts are based on my opinions and experiences.
It’s almost August and the new school year is around the corner so this weekend the Dancing Hotdogs family hosted a PBS KIDS Summer Reading Sundae party to give our friends resources to prepare for the new academic year.
Check out the fun we had.
The party was simple summer fun with water play, ice cream and everyone got to take home a notebook, PBS KIDS printables and Harper Collins I Can Read books so can get started on their summer reading.
The kids had a ball but most importantly parents got some educational entertainment to fill the summer months.
Click here for the PBS KIDS Super Summer Fun Book the kiddos got for learning anytime.
Looking for PBS Kids tips to add more learning into your summer?
Share a story with your child and ask him/her to share one with you – you’ll build valuable literacy skills.
It all adds up!
You can build math skills during everyday errands like counting apples at the grocery store.
Take advantage of the great outdoors.
Have your child record observations and build science and language skills at the same time!
Build a collection.
You can practice categorizing, sorting and counting the items and writing labels for a display or scrapbook.
Building anything, from windsock to a play fort helps your child develop early engineering skills.
Find letters and words on menus, compare prices, or thin of words that rhyme with the items on the table.
THANK YOU PBS KIDS for always having the best educational resources to make learning fun for every age.