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What are the best summer learning activities?


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tjlove August 23, 2011

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I think summer learning should revolve around athletics- swimming and other sports. When it's downtime a book or a craft is also great.


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lilcutie565 August 4, 2011

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I think Reding and getting out there an hour a day to stay active would help


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tiatia123 July 20, 2011

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read a book to me is the best activitie because it help u read and write.


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TeacherParent July 17, 2011

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Reading. Working at a real job. More reading.


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either June 20, 2011

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Join the work force part time if age allows it, real life experience and a bit of spending money doesn't hurt either. Help them become financially responsible at an early age, it will only help them in the future.


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Passion4all June 14, 2011

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Let them Play!


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skoolbrianna June 10, 2011

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NO, I am a 9th grade student and I do not think that we should be given homework through out our break. I do believe that homework should be optional and if a student does choose to do the homework, he or she school be given reseaonable credit.


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kattibena June 9, 2011

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Let them enjoy doing whatever make them happy. Happy summer for everybody!


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Freakette June 9, 2011

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I'm not learning anything over the summer. If you want to teach me something, do it in the six months I have to show up to school, not when I have my free time.


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miljel23ziv June 8, 2011

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Psychologistsâ?? advice: Students on vacation should not learn anything

Free programs, creative workshops, swimming schools, etc, which are organized during the holidays in most cities, should be used.




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