The end of the school year is almost upon us, and many students are daydreaming of weeks spent relaxing and sleeping over the summer. While taking a break from the stresses of academia is certainly needed, completely distancing oneself from school can be counterproductive. The dreaded “summer slide” tells us that students who do not work on core skills, such as reading and writing, over the summer, will be at a disadvantage when the new academic year begins. They will have to make up for those months of lost learning and might constantly feel as though they are playing catch-up. To help combat the summer slide. Thinking Organized is offering fun, individual-based programs designed by your very own children!
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