SUMMER LEARNING RESOURCES

The Idaho Out-of-School Network has rounded up resources to support planning for summer! These resources include best practice and guidance in essential areas of summer programming and utilizes up-to-date information from the state of Idaho, the CDC, and other national resources.

Planning for summer just got a whole lot easier! G-SAN (along with the 50 States Networks) heard your concerns about how to maintain engagement throughout an atypical summer and have developed a suite of fun and engaging activities and challenges designed specifically to accommodate COVID-19 summer.

(Watch On Demand) – Hot off the process! This webinar will dive into the structure and elements of the activities for each age group so that participants feel comfortable facilitating every component of these lessons.
(Watch On Demand) – Join this webinar to learn more about effective positive youth development practices and how to use the new Summer Activity Guide and to effectively engage with youth through different delivery models.

So where does Day Camp Fundamentals fit in? Just as your summer day camp has significant differences from your afterschool program, we hope that there are also significant differences between a generic day camp and one run by your YMCA. Day Camp Fundamentals is designed to help you create the best day camp ever.

Summer to Discovery 2019 Guide

A guide full of resources, products and discounts from NAA Advocate members and valued partners that will help you make your summer program shine!

Getting to Work on Summer Learning- 2018

This guide provides guidance on how to develop high-quality summer programs. It provides concrete examples of how best to plan and prepare.

The Wallace Foundation's Summer Learning Toolkit

This online toolkit contains hands-on, downloadable resources for organizations looking to start or improve their summer learning programs.

Boys & Girls Club of America At-Home Club Sessions

Updated in April 2020, this guide provides a variety of fun at-home activities that are appropriate for ages 6-9.

120 Digital Resources

This comprehensive list of resources covers everything from adaptive technology to the basics of reading and math. It even includes suggestions for field trips and physical education.

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