We know families are looking for fun ways to keep the learning happening.
To help you get started we recommend you do a readiness check. Learning Heroes has an amazing tool for families to use to understand where your child falls on key math and reading standards. You can check it out here. They also have a resource to help you make a plan with your child’s teacher.
Once you’ve completed the readiness check, we’ve pulled together some summer learning resources and activities for families to check out and help you make a plan.
- For our youngest learners, check out these resources from Georgia Public Broadcasting. They have tons of activity sheets, as well as guides to help parents prioritize learning.
- The PTA has put together a guide around understanding key things your child will learn from Kindergarten to High School. The guide provides activities you can do at home.
- Gwinnett County Public Schools has put together resources for families. The guide provides worksheets, as well as gives parents guidance as to what grade level the particular resource is for.
- Make reading a fun challenge. Waterford.org has created amazing summer reading challenge list for students. Can you complete it?
- Looking for more information about reading? Cobb Summer Reading and Get Georgia Reading is your go-to resource.
- Let’s Learn GA has on-demand lessons for families to check out.
- Macon County has put together a great list for families that includes iCivics, PebbleGO and more.
- The Georgia Statewide After School Network (GSAN) has pulled together a great resource guide for families–check it out here.
- Looking to get outside? Did you know Georgia has a ton of state parks to check out? You can find out which one matches your personality here.
- Did you know about these 20 free things to do in Metro Atlanta? Explore Georgia and put together your own list of things to do this summer.
- If you’re not in Metro Atlanta but are looking for something to do, check out this list of museums located throughout the state.
- Make sure to check out your local library for events or to find that new summer read.
- Your local recreation center/parks department is a great resource for summer camps and activities happening all summer long. Just do a quick google search to find your county’s or city’s park department.
- FOCUS has a great resource guide for summer camps and activities for families who have children with special needs.
- Khan Academy is a great tool to personalize your child’s learning experience.
- Check out Atlanta Parent Magazine’s guide to summer and a list of things to do for ideas.
We hope this gets you started with summer learning and activities. If you have any questions or have a resource you would like to share, please feel free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org.