"So for those parents who tell themselves that kids don't need to do anything academic during summer because, after all, they didn't themselves when they were young, and they turned out just fine, experts have this reply: Think again." - By Valerie Strauss Washington Post Staff Writer Monday, June 15, 2009
Every child knows the feeling, and what adult can forget it? When the textbooks are turned in and the classroom doors closed for the summer, there’s a sweet sense of freedom. But those weeks of fun can have real consequences for learning. Call it the summer slide or summer amnesia: Children lose as much as two months of reading and math skills during that time, according to the Center for Summer Learning at Johns Hopkins University.
Summer Hours ( June 11- August 11): Tuesdays & Thursdays 2:00-7:00 pm
We are offering exciting summer camps this year for Gifted, Vocabulary, Comprehension, and Writing along with Enopi program.
Please call center for further information about 2012 camps.
Reserve your spot today, limited spaces are available!
Don't let summer sun and fun drain your child's brain!
"Learning is like rowing upstream, not to advance is to drop back."- Chinese proverb
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