The summer brings days filled with fun and freedom for students. The past few weeks, in talking with parents, I have been asked about ideas for how to keep students' curiosity alive this summer. Below is a list of different places and activities around Metro Detroit that you can possibly explore to keep those wonderful MYP minds sharp and wondering.
Detroit Institute of Arts - attend many free family events
Detroit Symphony Orchestra - see a neighborhood concert series
Michigan Science Center - check out the Spark!Lab
Outdoor Adventure Center - free admission on the last Wednesday of every month
Cranbrook Institute of Science - sign up to safely see the solar eclipse in August
Detroit Historical Museum - check out the museum's historical Detroit street
Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History - attend a one of the family activity events
Theater Camps - look into sending your child to a theater camp for a week
Arab American National Museum - attend a family event or eat wonderful food during a festival
Vintage Baseball - see a vintage baseball game locally
Michigan Activity Pass - pick one up from the Royal Oak Library
Royal Oak Library - attend one of the many free events
We hope all our students and their families have a wonderful, safe, fun summer and look forward to their return next year!
Ms. Belzyt is the MYP Coordinator for the Royal Oak Middle and High Schools, an IB educator, and life-long learner
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