There are many amazing tech experiences for K-3 students online.  The summer is a perfect time to learn with your child online.  Learn to code!  Create a video or slide presentation about a favorite topic.

Check out Country Elementary’s 4 C’s Lab!

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Spend your Summer exploring the 4 C’s!

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Camp Google!


Camp Google is a “free summer camp that gets kids learning through fun, interactive science activities and adventures. Led by experts, the activities have been designed to encourage kids to ask questions, setting them on a lifelong journey of exploration and discovery.”  Camp Google helps students scientific topics and places such as the bottom of the ocean and outer space!


Camp Wonderopolis!


I love “Camp Wonderopolis”  Wonderopolis is a website that focuses on “I wonder” questions.  It is a nice way to learn about real world topics and make connections to classroom topics and teachable moments during the day.  I know that kids ask questions all day long.  Now they can have a fun place to go to explore educational topics they “wonder” about!

Learn to Code as a Family!


Tynker offers coding courses for all grade levels and interest levels.

codeorg is an amazing coding instructional website for everyone in the family.  They even have wonderful courses for early readers.  Top tech gurus and celebrities teamed up to create these lessons to encourage coding.  I recommend setting goals to complete courses as a family throughout the Summer!

Maker Camp by: GoogleMaker-Camp-logo_sansRobot

Maker Camp is designed to get more kids interested in “making more.”  Maker Camp is an awesome collection of project tutorials by, for, and with the kids who are making the world of the future.  Get involved and get start creating!