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Make Summer Learning An Adventure With Brain Chase

This is a partnered post with The Motherhood and Brain Chase. BrainChase summer learningSummer brain drain happens every year. Kids get busy with summer and often those skills in which they learned can easily be lost if they don’t continue to practice. So why not make learning fun this summer with Brain Chase!?!

Brain Chase is a 5-week online summer learning challenge disguised as a massive global treasure hunt for 2nd−8th graders. Each summer, a golden mechanical treasure will be buried somewhere on earth – and it will contain the key to a safety deposit box holding a $10,000 college scholarship fund. Participants who complete an hour of online summer learning activities each day will unlock secret animated webisodes that hold the clues to the treasure’s whereabouts.

BrainChase (3)Pinpoint the treasure’s location first, and you’ll be the one on a plane to dig it up. It’s such a fun way to keep kids exciting and having fun throughout the summer. Our girls are so excited about starting the adventure for themselves! BrainChase (1)

Start your summer adventure and make learning fun this summer with Brain Chase.

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  1. Michelle Tucker on March 30, 2015 at 3:56 pm

    Well, I watch my nieces and nephews. We plan outings and fun things in advance the week before, so we know what we are going to be doing (i.e. park time, museums, activities).

  2. Leigh Anne Borders on March 28, 2015 at 5:51 pm

    I try to plan out a schedule ahead of time with activities to do that are offered throughout our town–library, camps, etc..

  3. latanya on March 26, 2015 at 11:38 am

    summer camps and outdoor adventures

  4. David on March 25, 2015 at 8:29 am

    They don’t have video game systems or any other electronic devices, so they have to play the way I did when I was a kid. They always complain that they don’t have anything to do, but once they get outside they always find something to do. They have great imaginations if you force them to use them.

  5. Laura S on March 23, 2015 at 6:08 pm

    lots of trips to the park, to the museums and to the aquarium

  6. Christie on March 23, 2015 at 11:13 am

    I like to let them play with a chalkboard and play school.