Studies have shown that students can lose up to two months of reading skills over the summer break, known as the "summer learning slide." The good news is, you can keep your child engaged in productive yet fun learning experiences that will set them up for success next school year.
Join us at the North Little Public Library this summer for an online learning program called Reading Eggs. Students can explore a game-like world where they work at their own academic level to build reading and comprehension skills. Additionally, they will have access to MathSeeds, a sequential online math program that's fun, kid‑friendly, and highly personalized for each student.
Who is this program for?Ages 3 to 13
What is this program?A fun computer-based reading program throughout the summer
When and where is this program?June 13 - August 12, Mondays to Thursdays from 1 pm - 2 pm at Laman Library
June 13 – August 12, Mondays to Fridays from 3:30 pm – 4:30 pm at Argenta Library
Twelve spots are available at the Laman Library and eight spots are available at the Argenta Library.
Students are expected to take part each week Monday-Thursday (or Friday at Argenta) in the library. A pre and post-test will be administered to track the summer progress.