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10 Online Summer Learning Opportunities for Students

I came across this list for summer learning opportunities online for students. This can be used for enrichment, remediation, or fun! Feel free to use or pass along to colleagues or parents. Each program is linked to various grade levels and subject matters. This can be a great way to get parents involved in education and offers opportunities for parent/teacher collaboration!

10 Online Summer Learning Opportunities for Students

  1. Brain Chase - A online five week program for grades 2-8. This adventure has students working in the subjects of math, reading, writing, and more, while watching animated episodes and solving educational problems.
  2. CK-12 Brain Flex - A free and self-paced online summer program that has students working on the subjects of math and science.
  3. Connections Learning - A nice collection of technology related online courses for math and reading grades K-8.
  4. DimensionU Summer Chill - A fun online competition that has students of all ages working in the subjects math and literacy in DimensionU's innovative 3D virtual worlds, with the chance to win prizes.
  5. Electric Company - The Electric Company from PBS is offering a six-week multimedia summer learning program that will focus on vocabulary and core math concepts.
  6. GoNoodle (Camp GoNoodle) - A fun and free online program that has students learning through play and other various educational activities.
  7. K5 Learning - A online reading and math program for grades K-5 with real time results and detailed reports.
  8. SpellingCity - A summer program for grades 1-12 for spelling, writing, and vocabulary. The program is self paced and has over for educational activities.
  9. TenMarks - A free online adaptive program that has students strengthen their math skills while receiving detailed results.
  10. Time4Learning - A fun online program for grades preK-8 in the subjects of math, science, social studies, and language arts

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