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Keep Summer Learning Alive

Keep Summer Learning AliveDid you know that your kids can lose from one to three months of learning over the summer? Studies suggest kids lose the most in math. Don t spend the summer going in reverse.

There are many online sites that can help stop the summer brain drain.

National Geographic Kids1: offers great nature videos, activities, games, stories, and more

CoolMath4Kids2: take a trip through an amusement park of math and more at this extremely interactive math website

Smithsonian Kids Collecting3: how to start your own collection and see what other kids collect

Explore Dinosaurs4: FAQs and top 10 myths about dinosaurs, a virtual dig, behind the scenes tours, and more from the National Museum of Natural History

Smithsonian Digging for Answers5: a site that tests your research skills and knowledge

NASA Quest6: interactive explorations that engage students in real science and engineering.

Topics include robots, helicopters, lunar exploration, and designing your own human-friendly planet

My Wonderful World7: a multimedia tour of our seven continents

Time for Kids8: fun games (The Great State Race), an online weekly magazine written for kids, and news from around the world

Big Universe9: an online library of fiction and nonfiction books for kids 0-12.

The site also offers adults and kids the chance to create and publish their own stories.

References

  1. ^ National Geographic Kids (kids.nationalgeographic.com)
  2. ^ CoolMath4Kids (www.coolmath4kids.com)
  3. ^ Smithsonian Kids Collecting (www.smithsonianeducation.org)
  4. ^ Explore Dinosaurs (paleobiology.si.edu)
  5. ^ Smithsonian Digging for Answers (www.smithsonianeducation.org)
  6. ^ NASA Quest (quest.nasa.gov)
  7. ^ My Wonderful World (www.mywonderfulworld.org)
  8. ^ Time for Kids (www.timeforkids.com)
  9. ^ Big Universe (www.biguniverse.com)

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