Help For Moms Battling Summer Brain Drain: NEW! SUMMER BRAIN QUEST® KEEPS KIDS LEARNING
SUMMER BRAIN QUEST’S Nationwide Summer Kick-Off Party will take place in Phoenix at Changing Hands Bookstore on May 20, 2017. America’s No. 1 educational bestseller, with more than 44 million copies in print, BRAIN QUEST® is releasing a new series of educational workbooks aimed at stopping the summer slide by making summer learning fun for kids and easier on parents.
Families are invited to the SUMMER BRAIN QUEST’S Kick-Off party, a FREE event hosted in Phoenix by local mom blogger and event planner Bettijo B. Hirschi of PagingSupermom.com, on May 20, 2017 from 10 am until noon at the Phoenix Location of Changing Hands Bookstore (300 W.
Camelback Rd, Phoenix, AZ 85013).
This FREE family outing will be educational, fun and interactive, featuring hands-on crafts, educational games, fun photo opportunities and light snacks. Admission is just $12.95 for the whole family and includes a goody bag with one SUMMER BRAIN QUEST® workbook (a $12.95
value) to take home.
SUMMER BRAIN QUEST® combines the interactive creativity of the well-loved BRAIN QUEST® decks with a choose-your-own-adventure game element that will keep kids learning all summer long. The workbooks also encourage outdoor activities and include achievement stickers that make learning a flexible game that can be approached from different directions. This approach is what educators call personalized learning.
In six titles, for kindergarten to 6th grade, SUMMER BRAIN QUEST® covers math science, social studies and English language arts. BRAIN QUEST® was developed with an advisory panel of five distinguished educators to ensure that its content aligns with national and state standards.
More details about the Phoenix SUMMER BRAIN QUEST® Kick-Off Event can be found here: https://scitechinstitute.orgwww.changinghands.com/event/may2017/family-summer-brain-quest-kick
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