Children live for the summer. This can be a very crucial time in their life each year. Some children have a vision of the transformations that occur in the summer return to school in September, as a completely different person.
While summer can be used for positive change, this willingness to change can also make kids more susceptible to peer pressure. Even if you have already spoken to your preteens and teens about the problems, such as alcohol, drugs or sex, to stand them up again until the summer can help them to avoid situations in which they can participate in one of these events.
While the biggest issue with younger children can be, regardless of whether they are wearing sufficient sun block or not, the older your children are more likely to need to talk about these difficult issues, even if it means sounding like a broken record. This is the only way to get the message across to their children.
The driest summer was in 1995, with only 103 mm of rainfall. 2006 was the warmest summer so far in the UK with an average daytime temperature of 15.8 ° C. More thunderstorms happen in the summer than at any other time of year they are most likely to occur in southern England.
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