Have a Smarter Summer

June 8, 2017
Education.com Blog
Kat Rosa & Blythe Tai

Summer Learning Series 2017

School may be out, but fun, independent learning is always in. With our free Summer Learning Series, your little one can still build skills, gain confidence, and get inspired all summer long.

Each week during the series, we'll release a new volume of curated worksheets and a premium guided lesson, designed by our award-winning artists and teachers. Instead of a lengthy reading list, our series is chock-full of puzzles, drawing projects, singalong songs, and animated games. Plus, we've paced it so that you simply tackle one week at a time.

We'll help you navigate all 12 weeks of our Summer Series with weekly emails, so you never miss a volume—no matter where your summer adventures may take you.

During the long summer weeks, too many kids lose their momentum, forget skills they worked hard to learn, and have a difficult time picking up the thread when school resumes. In fact, the average student loses about two months in math and reading skills. Our program is designed in partnership with teachers to specifically address the skills kids need to make the transition between grades, from kindergarten through sixth.

We passionately believe year-round learning is in every kid's best interest. As longtime members will know, we've hosted all types of summer programs, from DIY camps to reading adventures. And we couldn't be more excited about what we've got in store for you this year!

Our Summer Learning Series kicks off this Sunday, June 11th, so keep your eyes peeled for our first volume. We hope that you (and your kids) love it as much as we do. Let us know what you think—tag us on Twitter @education_com or send us an email at support@education.com.

See the entire Summer Learning Series here.

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