Written by contributor Kari Patterson of Sacred Mundane
This phrase doesn’t exactly send a thrill of excitement up our spines, does it?
When summer comes often the last thing we want to do is think. We work so hard during the school year, slowly losing steam around mid-May, then army-crawl to the finish-line, slowly petering out in early June. We’re just so tired all we want to do is relax.
But while summer is a great time to relax, it’s equally a great time to learn. And with a little careful planning you can carve out a simple, restful, and educational summer, all while “not doing school.”
Here are a few fun ideas to get us started: