Summer learning loss isn’t a myth. Research shows that students lose an average of one month’s worth of learning over the break. Factor in a year of school closing and distance learning amid the pandemic, and the potential learning loss becomes even more significant.
With a national emphasis on curbing the coronavirus’ effects on learning, many education experts are touting the summer months as an excellent opportunity to try to catch up. Thankfully, there’s plenty parents and caregivers can do at home to mitigate learning loss and help kids keep core skills sharp. From free printables to great workbooks, find all the educational resources kids need for an enriching and fun summer of learning.