Summer Resources Grades K-3
Summer is the perfect time for fun and relaxation and we wish that for you and your family! We want students to unplug and enjoy the outdoors- to be safe, and curious, and happy this summer.
Considering that this school year ended very differently than most, we also want to provide you with a variety of options to keep students engaged and learning during the summer months.
If you’re interested, please check out the robust list of resources to help support your child’s growth. Enjoy the summer- we can’t wait to welcome you back!!
Click here for the full list of K-12 resources, and/or click below on the links provided.
Students entering grades K-3
DreamBox (until 6/30) Students should log in using Clever, as they did while in school
Dreambox is an online math program that is both engaging and proven to boost your child’s math performance. Whether your learner is a math whiz or needs help filling in some gaps, the Dreambox platform will provide your child with the individual math support they need.
Lexia (until 7/31) Students should log in using Clever, as they did while in school
Lexia Core5 is a fun, computer-based program that helps students improve their literacy skills. The activities in Core5 support and build on your child’s classroom curriculum and focus on developing reading skills in six areas: phonological awareness, phonics, structural analysis, fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension.
Art for Kids Hub
This free site offers hundreds of directed drawing lessons and craft ideas. It is an excellent resource for not only art activities, but also great practice of the fine motor skills necessary for school readiness.
Florida Center for Reading Research
This group put out a series of videos on its YouTube channel, demonstrating foundational skills activities and comprehension lessons that parents can do at home with their children at different grade levels. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCq2Fmhb-Gr5xQoXPvKSkejQ
JumpStart Academy Math
Until August 31, this math program for K-6 is free. Students learn math concepts through parent assigned lessons or by independently progressing through a series of practice levels across four math domains: operations, measurements and data, fractions and geometry. Get a jump start.
Our students have loved working through Second Step this year! If you’d like to work through some activities at home, or would like some ideas to support your children through the summer, please check out these book lists for students and for parents, along with this list of activities.
Achieve3000 Literacy at Home Digital provides access to non-fiction articles at three reading levels. Topics range from science and social studies to current events. Literacy printable packets contain comprehension questions that have been differentiated for students who are at-, below-, and above-grade-level readers.
Code Break episodes
Code.org is hosting new “Code Break” episodes with special celebrity guests every Wednesday to teach students about computer science. Tune in.
Learning Without Tears (new)
The early childhood education company is offering learning packets organized by subject and grade level, which will be updated with new material monthly, and learning solutions for preK-5 students. Free materials and family resources are available in both English and Spanish. Learn more.