Learning need not be confined to books and work sheets. Instead, find ways to incorporate lessons into every day activities.
Practice simple arithmetic when grocery shopping by giving your child a budget for treats. Have him add the cost of the items he wants to buy, and check to make sure that he can afford them.
When vacationing, drop by landmarks that may be mentioned in Social Studies class, and take the opportunity to discuss interesting history tidbits to broaden your child's knowledge.