As July boils into August (at least in the northern hemisphere), as the stores move out the summer displays in favor of the back to school ones, and as every student with a summer reading assignment panics as the spine cracks on the first of several books…it will hit you. Summer is nearly over.
Don’t worry, there is still plenty of time left for a couple more adventures. However, the beginning of August signals the transition from “mid-summer” to “late summer”. And late summer is still a great opportunity for learning.
Take some advice from Kid President and read a book that seems interesting, take a family field trip to the aquarium, write a silly story, or focus on a hobby. Make sure you learn from sources other than your teachers.