Houston Summer Learning Fun

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Of course, we want to have allll the summer fun this year. However, while school is out, there are plenty of ways to enjoy this season AND learn! Libraries, museums, outdoor learning centers, and a huge variety of educational arts and crafts will keep your kids on track this summer and learning, while having a blast! 

Houston Learning Fun

  • Summer reading programs are back in a big way this summer. Here are 12 in and around the greater Houston area. 
  • Summer camps {both overnight & day} are still enrolling! Find one here
  • Ditch those screens and get out in nature for a fun AND educational day with Houston Botanic Garden.
  • You’ve been waiting more than a year for this – Children’s Museum of Houston reopens on June 8th! 
  • Learn about religion, make new friends, engage in activities, arts and crafts, and most importantly, have a great time at VBS programs around town!
  • Become more eco conscious as a family this summer. Wonderful ways to start here
  • Kids love getting mail! Get with friends and write letters or put together small care packages to send each other throughout the summer. A fun way to work on penmanship and their writing skills. 
  • Have little ones at home? Keep summer learning alive with these ideas
  • Raise little scientists with these easy 4 at home science experiments. 

 

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Meagan is a Dallas native who has lived in the Katy area for over a decade. She kicked a soccer ball all the way to Louisiana to attend college at her family’s alma mater of LSU, where she promptly fell in love with a Texas Aggie in Baton Rouge for an internship. After swimming back to Texas following Hurricane Katrina, Matt and Meagan fell in love with the Houston area and now couldn’t imagine living anywhere else. Following several years of infertility, their miracle twins Ryan and Quinn were born in June of 2010. She believes there is nothing better than a chilled glass of Pinot Grigio, a large Sonic Diet Coke, sushi take-out, Girls Nights Out, and a mindless book to curl up with. Besides playing chauffeur and catering to the whims of her children, Meagan also is the Co-Owner of Houston Moms Blog. You can keep up with Meagan at The Clanahan Fam and on Instagram @meaganclanahan!

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