Although the ground is still covered with snow, and summer seems such a long way off (especially after the crazy winter we’ve experienced!), it is important to start planning for summer earlier rather than later. Various options may be available for your child, including day or sleepover camps, extended school year classes or home-based instruction, special family vacations or just relaxing by the poolside. Regardless of your final decisions for summer plans, it’s best to begin setting up your child’s activities now so that you aren’t caught off guard in May or June with no concrete plans and a long summer ahead of you!
Regardless of the specific summer activities that you choose, here are six tips to keep in mind: (if you can't see the full list, please click the "read more" tab)
1) Sign up now! Many summer programs have already sent out their registration forms and may be filled by the time you start to inquire in April or May.