The annual national celebration for summer learning is no longer just a day long. Post a summer learning event or program for the inaugural National Summer Learning Week!

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Digital Summer Adventures


LRNG and its partners begin with a set of thematic experiences, “Playlists.” Every time Youth complete a Playlist, they receive a digital badge that marks their skill and knowledge. These badges can unlock real world opportunities that include academic credit, internships, and jobs.

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Summer Slugger by EverFi

EVERFI has partnered with Major League Baseball to develop a continuous and engaging learning experience that prepares students of all backgrounds to enter the next school year on track. The 18-week program, targeted to 4th and 5th graders, unlocks activities at regular intervals and offers rewards for progress and consistency along the way.

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Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge

The Scholastic Summer Reading Challenge is a free, online reading program designed to help students turn the “summer slide”—the learning loss which can occur over the summer months—into a “summer leap” by discovering the joy and magic of reading for fun.

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Summer Bridge™ by Carson-Dellosa

Prevent summer learning loss with fun, educational activities found in Summer Bridge™ workbooks. Whether at home or on the go, these workbooks provide hours of exciting activities to keep kids mentally and physically active during summer. Sign up and get free educational games, sample books, printable worksheets, and fun activities.

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“Find a Book” by MetaMetrics

“Find a Book” is a free, fun, and easy way to identify books based on a child’s reading level (Lexile® measure) and interests. Use “Find a Book” to build custom book lists for readers at all ability levels, and then locate their selections at their local public library.



Summer Math Challenge by MetaMetrics

As a fun way to keep math skills sharp, students can enroll in the Summer Math Challenge, a free program designed for students who have completed first through eighth grade. For six weeks, parents receive daily emails with fun activities and links to educational resources.


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