Feed Your Summer Soul

Summer is right around the corner and it’s notorious for going to the beach, riding bikes, and having picnics. What you may not know is that summer is also a great time to get a head start for next year. A summer study program may be the best way to keep your brain sharp while you are enjoying the summer sun. There are so many summer programs available and one of them is sure to fit your needs.

For instance, there are summer writing programs, to help with learning grammar, creative writing, and even essay writing for those pesky standardized tests.

If you need some vocabulary or spelling practice, try a vocabulary summer study program. This type of program can reinforce the vocabulary from the previous year and introduce new vocabulary words to prepare for the next level.

Science is a fascinating subject and most of us enjoy doing science experiments during the school year. How about engaging in some science summer learning? By keeping up with science knowledge during the summer, your understanding of advanced science principles can be ready for next year.

Finally, there are summer bridge programs that help to reinforce learned concepts and introduce new concepts in each subject. Summer school programs often provide much needed support to those who could use a little refresher. They also help those advanced students who enjoy pushing their knowledge to the next level.

No matter what your needs, you’ll be able to find a summer study program that fits you. Keep in mind a quote from Plato, “Knowledge is the food of the soul.” So feed your soul this summer and you’ll be full and satisfied in the fall.

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This post was written by admin on May 9, 2013

Thanks for the Games!

If nothing else, LearningGamesForKids.com believes in being polite, so we’d like to take this opportunity to thank VocabularySpellingCity.com for providing so many cool vocabulary and spelling games for our visitors to use.

If you’ve enjoyed Letterfall, HangMouse, Word-O-Rama, Word Search, Unscramble, Crossword Puzzle or Speedy Speller games, you should thank them too! Or maybe just check them out. You can create vocabulary games using your own word lists, just like we did on LearningGamesForKids. This is a great resource for teachers and parents…. and lots of fun for kids… and we love that!

Thanks VocabularySpellingCity.com!

Have fun playing spelling games

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This post was written by admin on April 20, 2012

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Squeaky Clean Learning Games For Kids

We want to thank everyone who has taken the time to write us comments, here at LearningGamesForKids.com . We are always receiving comments of encouragement, words of praise, requests for new games and many other friendly or helpful emails from our visitors. Some of the friendly and helpful emails are not words of praise or any of the a fore mentioned comments. Some of the most helpful emails have come from visitors who were not happy with something we had listed or showing on the site and wanted to tell us about it. We really appreciate these emails! They are helpful and so far, they’ve all been pretty friendly.

Of course, we do our best to present only the squeaky-cleanest of games and ads for our young visitors here, but germs can certainly slip through the cracks on occasion. If you see a game or ad that you find offensive or inappropriate please do leave us a comment here about it and we’ll look into it right away.

Thanks!
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This post was written by admin on April 13, 2010