• Mai Edwards

Summer Literacy



During the summer break it's always hard to stay indoors and do some reading or literacy games to keep the kiddos fresh so once school resumes it won't be such a hard adjustment to start doing all the "boring" stuff as they call it. So I made some fun games that we did throughout the summer. Like this one for instance I made flash cards of upper and lower case alphabet letter into a matching game. Find the corresponding upper and lower case of each letter. Well this turned into a fun competition of who can find it first.



And my little guy even got into the action and got pretty good at it as well. It's a super fun activity that the whole family can get in on. As you can see I stuck to simple black and white print outs.


When it comes to boosting your child’s memory nothing works better than memory games.

Memory games are known to improve memory in kids and in an enjoyable way.

Playing memory games regularly brings the following benefits:

1- Healthy exercise to your brain.

2- Improve concentration.

3- Enhance the cognitive skills.

4- Boost the brain functionality.

5 - Train your visual memory.

6- Increase short-term memory.

7- Prevent memory-related illness.

8- Help to keep focus.

9- Increase attention.

10- Playing memory games against the clock forces us to think fast.



What kind of fun games do you do to promote literacy? I'd love to get new ideas of fun games you do to keep your kiddos fresh with literacy.

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