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Tuesday may have been a soggy end to the school year for Eau Claire kids. But kids say they're still excited about the next three months of freedom.

We looked into how parents can keep their kids minds and bodies active during the summer, so when September hits, kids won't struggle to re learn what they forgot over the summer.

While "Jintropin (Gensci Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd.)" these Longfellow kids kicked off the last day of school with some inside fun, many of their parents stress the importance of learning once class time is over.

"Well repetition builds memory, so the more they do that during the summer time, the more prepared they're going to be heading back to school," parent Ken Sigurdson says.

"I just think kids need to practice everything that they've learned throughout the year to keep them "Anabolika Definition" on top of things," Longfellow parent Tiffiny Potter tells us.

And these parents Anavar E Espinhas are right on track says Ann Franke, the director of secondary education for the Eau Claire Equipoise For Females Area School District.

"It's just a good idea to get kids involved in activities, not just academic but social and emotional, just to kind of keep the learning going over the summer," Franke explains.

It doesn't have to be as formalized as the classroom, Franke says even a stop at the grocery store can be a great chance to teach kids important math skills.

But if you would like to enroll "Anadrol 50" your kids in a more structured class, the Boys and Girls Club has added certified teachers to their summer program through a partnership with the Eau Claire Area School District. And the resources director at the club says the new classes are super hands on.

"So instead of sitting at "Oxandrolone Powder India" a desk learning about nutrition and cooking, they'll actually be in the kitchen, cooking all sorts of delicious meals and snacks that they can take home and then do at home as well," Tracey Smiskey the club's director of resource development tells us.

But above all else, Ann Franke with the Eau Claire Area School District says making sure kids continue to read throughout the summer is the most important thing parents can do.

Smiskey says parents can still enroll their children in the Boys and Girls Club summer program. They can stop in the club's office or visit their website online. Smiskey says the cost is $30 per student per week. But they accept everyone and she says grants are available.

The Eau Claire Area School District has other ideas for parents to keep their kids minds active this summer:

Read with your children or have them read to you. Summer is a great time to find books together at the library!

Work on skills that your child may have struggled with over the last school year and practice. Or, look ahead to the next grade level and see what skills or concepts may be coming up. Many districts post curriculum guides and grade level expectations on their website

Practice math and reading in everyday situations making a recipe is a great time for a child to practice reading directions and measuring, or a trip to the grocery store is also a prime opportunity to practice math skills.

Engage in physical activity. Summer is a wonderful time to get outside and enjoy the weather. Turn off the television, video games and computer and make exercise a part of your summer routine.

The Chippewa Valley has tons of great summer programs! Check out the Boys and Girls Club, Parks and Recreation, UWEC Summer Institute, the YMCA, etc. for lots of opportunities.

There are also wonderful low cost educational opportunities in the area. Check out the Deca Durabolin C'Est Quoi Chippewa Valley Museum, Children's Museum, and others

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