Summer Learning Parent Guides
Summer Information & Camp Programs
Summer Information for Individuals with Special Needs
Summer Programs for Individuals with Special Needs
A special needs travel group that provides all-inclusive vacation packages for travelers ages 18 and older with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
Autism on the Seas
Vacations for adults and families living with Autism, Down Syndrome, and other Developmental Disabilities.
Getting Started: Summer Learning is Important!
Getting Started: Summer Learning
Summer Contracts & Checklists
Summer Learning Web Links
Summer Learning Activities & Resources (All Ages & Topics)
Learning Heroes Summer Stride Readiness Check
Want a gut-check on how your child is progressing? It only take a few minutes! Have your child answer these 3-5 questions as a quick math and reading review. It isn't a test--your child can relax and solve the problems--like a game! At the end, you'll get fun, free activities to help your child at home.
Reading Activities & Resources
Summer Reading Programs
Summer Reading Lists
Math Activities & Resources
Science Activities & Resources
Space Rangers! A Book-Based Science Adventure
Explore, read, play, invent, build and learn--all about space.
River Rangers! A Book-Based Science Adventure
Explore, read, play, invent, build and learn--all about water and the rivers and streams in your community.
Keyboarding & Outdoor Activities & Resources
Typing & Keyboarding Practice
In a tightly scheduled world, the need for play has never been greater. This article guides you to look at its benefits — and how to encourage it.
Start with a Book: Summer Adventure Tracker
Read, talk, explore and learn all summer long in your own community!
Marathon Kids Walk and Talk Program
This summer, we invite you to take the Walk and Talk challenge. Walk a mile with your child and talk about a new topic each day. We’ll provide a special mileage log to track the distance you walk, along with 26 conversation starter cards—one for each mile. By the end of summer, you’ll have walked the distance of a marathon (26.2 miles), and have gotten to know your child a little better along the way.