Over the last few weeks, I’ve shared principles about creating a summer that is positive for the whole family and how to teach kids about habits. This week, I’m sharing what our priorities are for the summer.

Here are our priorities for this summer:

  • Improve writing with a daily journal habit
  • Review math with Research Parent’s Minimalist Math curriculum
  • Practice instruments every day and have a family concert every two weeks
  • Go to the library and read lots of books
  • Keep our home tidy with our daily zone cleaning
  • Wok on family house projects
  • Give kids lots of time to play outside and work on their own interests

When we clarify and narrow down our priorities, it becomes easier to allocate our time and energy effectively. This clear sense of focus also allows us to say no to activities that don’t align with our chosen priorities.

Tell me in the comments, what are your priorities for the summer?

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