Did you know that it’s good to set goals for yourself even in the summer? Having time off from school gives you a chance to try new things. Would you like to learn to play a new sport? You don’t have to take a class or join a team — just invite a friend over to teach you, or you can learn together.
Maybe you want to take up a new hobby, such as photography, cooking or gardening. Your local library might offer free classes you can take in photography or another skill. You can also look up recipes that interest you and cook with your mom or dad at home. Check out The Kids Cook Monday, thekidscookmonday.org, for recipes to try out.
Summer is also a good time to make friends, whether you are swimming, hanging out at the park or even inviting a classmate you’d like to get to know better over to your house. You can use the last few weeks of summer break to make some fun memories of your time off. For more ideas, check out this Summer Bucket List, tinyurl.com/y76nn8ws.
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