I have had some parents reach out to ask about activities and resources for this summer. Below is a list of some free "summer camps" that are happening online.

    • https://www.startwithabook.org/summer-reading-learning
      “Start with a Book, a project from Reading Rockets, offers some great ideas for summer reading. This collection offers books and activities to help kids explore a variety of subjects like dinosaurs, money, and much more.”

    • https://campkinda.org/
      “Camp Kinda is a free virtual summer experience designed to keep kids in grades K-8 engaged, curious, and having fun—even if they're stuck at home. It's like summer camp... kinda.”

    • https://camp.wonderopolis.org/
      “Camp Wonderopolis® is the free online summer-learning destination that's full of fun, interactive STEM and literacy-building topics boosted by Maker experiments!”

    • https://wideopenschool.org/
      “Created and curated by Common Sense, this site makes distance learning easier and more accessible for families and educators. Kids from preschool to high school can browse through engaging videos, lessons, and activities by topic or subject -- all created by top-quality providers including PBS, GoNoodle, and Khan Academy.”

    • https://members.acacamps.org/Virtual-Camp
      “A usual go-to site for families researching in-person summer camps, the American Camp Association now offers a directory of virtual camps for all ages and topics. You can search and sort by cost, activity, and other filters to find the best fit for your child.”

    • https://www.pbs.org/parents/
      The PBS website has a lot of resources and activities available.