Research demonstrates that all youth are at risk of summer learning loss — not just those who struggle academically. Most students lose two months’ worth of math skills each summer (Afterschool Alliance, 2014) On Summer Loss | Reading Rockets
How to find a Summer Learning Program?
Are you looking for a summer of fun activities and disguised learning to support academics? Your child can participate in fun and engaging activities while receiving academic support in subject areas like math, reading, and writing skills to help them succeed in the next grade and beyond.
Summer Learning Resources
Fun and Free Summer Learning Resources
Summer Reading - Read On (readonarizona.org)
Summer of Possibilities: Play Your Way | PBS KIDS for Parents
Summer Stride Resource from Learning Heroes and take the readiness check and help your child with math and reading at home this summer.
The Encantos App (encantosworld.com) Stories are magical tools for teaching. From literacy tools, to early learning tips, and more, explore insightful content developed by educators on the Encantos App. (Download for free today)
Visit the websites for your local library and museums across the country and the world to learn about free virtual learning opportunities. To start check out 35 FREE VIRTUAL FIELD TRIPS TO EXPLORE WITH YOUR KIDS .
Raising Special kids - Any parent or family member of a child with a disability can take advantage of services provided in English, Spanish, and other languages.
Cox Campus is a FREE literacy-focused learning platform, created to support with building a strong reading foundation.