Parent Magazine Flagler May 2019 - Page 21

18. Think beyond the lemonade stand. Terrific lessons about business, sales, and marketing will be learned when you create your child’s version of the lemonade stand. Why not sell old toys, baked goods, or artwork as a lesson in entrepreneurism? You never know, you might spark a future interest in business. 19. Commit to a cause. If you child loves animals, see if you can spend some time volunteering at a local animal shelter. If she’s a regular fashionista, why not throw a summer fashion show to raise money for a local charity? Even a trip to your local food bank or letting your kids come with you while you give blood is a life lesson that keeps on giving. 20. Share your childhood favorites. Did you love to The Tale Of Desperaux by Kate DiCamillo Freaky Friday* by Mary Rodgers Diary of a Wimpy Kid by Jeff Kinney Charlie And The Chocolate Factory* by Roald Dahl Little Women* by Louisa May Alcott Harry Potter by J. K. Rowling The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe* by C. S. Lewis The Hobbit* by J. R. R. Tolkien * Indicates more than one film version available. Gardening Books By Sharon Lovejoy make friendship bracelets or collect comic books? Did your husband learn to play guitar or practice scouting skills in the backyard? Summer is the perfect time to share your favorite hobbies and summer pastimes with your kids. Why not strike up a conversation about it at dinner tonight to get the memories rolling? Roots, Shoots, Buckets & Boots: Gardening Together With Children 21. Admire intelligence. Find healthy and smart virtual Author, journalist, and writing coach Christina Katz loves jungle gym slides, water park slides, Slip N’ Slides, and Chutes And Ladders, but not the summer slide. role models for your tween or teen to study over the summer. For example, if your young lady loves biology and dissecting frogs, she might enjoy trying some home experiments created by Bill Nye, The Science Guy. Learn more at demos/. Make a list of virtual summer tutors for each child and indulge in customized summer learning. Sunflower Houses, Inspiration From The Garden Trowel and Error: Over 700 Tips, Remedies & Shortcuts For The Gardener Books With Film Adaptations To Read Together Madeline by Ludwig Bemelmans and John Bemelmans- Marciano The Cat In The Hat by Dr. Seuss Winnie-The-Pooh by A. A. Milne Eloise by Kay Thompson and Hilary Knight Charlotte’s Web by E. B. White Registration and schedule selection is open now. Act fast! Limited to 50 children. Low ratios - high fun! Crafts, special treats, guest presentations, amazing field trips School Ages (5-12) $25 per day (2-5 days per week) United Methodist Christian School 5200 Belle Terre Parkway, Palm Coast, Florida 32137 Phone: (386) 445-2344 Check out the June and July camp calendars on our website: F L A G L E R parent M A G A Z I N E | 21