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Summer Tips for Parents and Students in Arizona




Most families can take a week or two of vacation and visit great places in Arizona. 
What about the rest of the summer? 

Here are some tips and places to think about within easy driving distances.
Kartchner Caverns State Park has camping, hiking, and other activities besides the fascinating cave tours.
Patagonia Lake State Park
Parker Lake camping
Hiking/camping in the Chiricahua Mountains, a favorite of ours is Turkey Creek.
Hiking and camping in our local Huachuca Mountains
What about activities at home or nearby?
San Pedro River exploration
Lehner Mammoth Kill Site in Hereford, AZ
Ghost town hunting in Cochise County
Reading good books
Swimming lessons
Musical instrument lessons
Playing family friendly games with the whole family.

I know a 12-year-old and a 14-year-old who have started their own businesses. Why not
the teenager in your family?

With a little imagination, you can fill pages with other ideas. 

A summer warning for parents and students is to not allow yourselves to just vegetate in
front of the TV or Tablets and Phones. Get out in the fresh air and have good
exercise. Expand the mind by relaxing and exploring the world around us. 

Many students in Cochise County still need to “catch-up” with their math and reading
skills during the summer. One of the best ways to do so would be to enroll for 3 days
weekly for 90 minutes per day at Stilwell’s Learning Center, LLC. 

Call us at 520-685-9988 for a FREE assessment!
Have fun and enjoy your summer!

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