Family Toolkit

The Northwest Evaluation Association (NWEA) predicts significant learning loss from COVID school closures, especially in math. That means summer learning enrichment is more important than ever. Parents and caregivers can support learning throughout the summer season using these and other resources and tips to get kids ready for the next school year.

We hope you enjoy celebrating National Summer Learning Week, July 10-14, 2023. is your family's stop to find summer programs and resources. NSLA and our partners have also created a Family Companion Guide with additional tips, insights and resources.

We want to see how you're celebrating #SummerLearningWeek! Use our official social media frame for TikTok, Instagram Reels, or anywhere else!

Learn to make games from the minds at Nintendo. Have you ever dreamed of building your own video games? The Game Builder Garage™ software is a great place to start!

National Summer Learning Week has a new theme for each day of this celebration. View the theme days.

Keep Tweens and Teens Learning: No matter their age, it’s important for ALL kids to keep learning over the summer. Here are some ways to keep your tween or teen learning over the summer.

At Home and in Your Community: Kids need to keep learning over the summer. If they don’t, they lose what they’ve learned during the school year. Here are some ways your child can get ready for the next school year.

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Hop in and join National Geographic for a summer road trip! Explore some of the United States’ national treasures—whether by car or virtually from home—and learn about each park’s wildlife, Indigenous history, geological features, and more. Each stop includes free digital and printable activities for adventurers ages 4-18.

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