Help Your Child Avoid Summer Brain Drain 

As the school year winds down, students turn their minds to summer-break staples such as sleeping in, lazing around the pool or hanging out with friends – the harbinger of summer brain drain.

“As a teacher, I knew when classes started up in the fall that many of my students would require a brain reboot after months of sleep mode, requiring a review of the knowledge obtained prior to summer break,” said Kim Bellini, owner and director of The Woodlands LearningRx.

While it’s important that students give their brains a little summertime rest and relaxation, parents can take an indirect approach to keeping their child’s brain engaged by providing entertainment in the form of day trips.

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