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DreamBox is an online educational math program that offers lessons for each math standard: number sense, measurement and data, operations and mathematical thinking, and geometry. The program is adaptative and increases in level of difficulty or support based on students’ responses.

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Bridges in Mathematics is a comprehensive PK–5 curriculum that equips teachers to fully implement the Common Core State Standards for Mathematics in a manner that is rigorous, coherent, engaging, and accessible to all learners.

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Bridges Math

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PebbleGo is a PK-6 research database packed with informational articles, ready-made activities, and literacy supports for students of all abilities. It boosts engagement and fosters independent learning in core subject areas.*Please use ClassLink to access

Students can practice reading anytime, anywhere - at home, on the go, and even during the summer. Students can listen to books for modeled fluency, read books for practice, and then record themselves reading so teachers can monitor progress.

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Clips is an easy to use app for making fun videos to share with friends and family. With a few taps you can create videos with immersive camera effects, artistic filters, dynamic music, and more.

Clips

GarageBand makes it simple to play, record, and share audio clips, with a built-in array of instruments and a Sound Library of styles, beats, and loops.

Garage Band

Doodle Buddy is for everyone — from the serious artist to someone just starting out. Create a brand new artwork or draw over existing photos. The opportunities are endless!

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Doodle Buddy

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Notability is designed to help you take creative notes and organize them. You can start with a blank page, or take notes directly on imported documents, including PowerPoint presentations, PDF files, Word documents, and more.

DiscoveryEducation

Discovery Education provides a rich resource for video and lesson materials for All Grades. Their focus is on providing students the opportunity to explore and discover through a variety of subjects.

Brain Pop Jr

BrainPOP is an educational program that offers videos and activities — BrainPop Jr. content is geared toward students in kindergarten through third grade. The content covers topics from all core subject areas.

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Bottle Rockets

Cooking

Jewelry & Ring Making

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Book Club

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Story Time

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Camp Emoji

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Grades 2 & 3

Grades 4 & 5

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Thematic Explorations

Grades K - 4

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June 7, 11, 14, 18, 211:00pm - 2:30pmCome join our Book Club for community and conversation. We will read a wonderful The Key to Extraordinary by Natalie Lloydand do projects related to the story. A special Arlington Alumnae and Children's book illustrator will join us! Let's soak up that reading life together and get lost in a good story.Grades 2 - 3

Week long sessions: 6/7 - 6/11 & 6/14 - 6/183:00pm - 4:00pmRockets Away! The project's exciting conclusion is building and launching 2-liter bottle water rockets. This will be the same content offered twice)Grades 4-5

Sign up for one or multiple from: June 8, 15, 22, 2910:00am - 12:00pmTurn simple wire into beautiful, functional & wearable rings. After choosing nickel (silver-colored) or brass (gold-colored) wire, you will measure just the right amount and use a torch to solder custom rings. Opportunities will be available to make a stacking set, knot rings, twisted wire, and even rings out of old spoons and forks! You will likely make 3-4 rings in this stand-alone two-hour session. Please sign up for one session, but if openings are available, you may be waitlisted for multiple sessions.Grades 3 - 6

One week per book: 6/7 - 6/301:00pm - 2:30pmStory Time & Activities featuring:Judy Moody and the Not Bummer Summer, Charlotte's Web, Night at the Museum, and Hilda and the Troll. We will also explore similar stories throughout each week as well as daily art activities. The movies will be shown on the Friday of each week.Feel free to join us for one or multiple weeks!Grades 2 - 3

Weeks of 6/7 - 6/11 & 6/14 - 6/181:30pm - 3:00pmCome join us for a week's worth of kid-friendly, healthy, and nutritious recipes! Each day, we will work together to learn how to prepare simple and fun snacks. You will also learn kitchen-safety basics, how to measure ingredients, and how to follow a recipe! You'll get your own apron and a recipe book to enjoy while you cook at home! This is the same content offered twice.Grades 2 - 4

Weekly from 6/7 - 6/3012:30pm - 2:00pmStudents will have the opportunity to review and maintain fundamental math skills through games and interactive activities. Join us for one or multiple weeks of skills practice this June!**Students will need to bring their iPads.Grades 4 - 5

Sign up for your choice of:6/14 - 6/18 (Distance learning via Zoom) 1:00pm - 3:00pm6/21 - 6/25 (In-person) 9:00am - 4:00pmThese camps will use emoji's to focus on the social/emotional health of the child. Helping them identify and articulate feelings in themselves and others. They will learn how to manage these feelings in acceptance of the feeling but not allowing themselves to be consumed. They will learn constructive self relaxation and self management skills using the arts in this action packed creative workshop.Grades 3 - 5

Weeks of 6/7 - 6/11 , 6/14 - 6/18 , 6/21 - 6/258:30am - 11:00am AND/OR 12:00pm - 2:30pmEach week will be focused on a different theme and will incorporate reading, writing, math and well being skills. Students will have learning and play opportunities.Grades K - 4

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Olympics

MeeBot Coding

Writing Camp

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Creative Coping

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Coding for Kids

Helping Kids with Anxiety

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Weekly from 6/7 - 6/308:30am - 11:00pm (Grades 1-3)or12:00pm - 2:30pm (Grades 4&5)Do you know that the Olympics is this summer? Come join us for one or more weeks for some summer fun to play Olympic Games suited to your age level, explore what champions eat to stay healthy & connect with the earth by planting a garden to supply nutritious food.Grades 1 - 5

Sign up for one or multiple weeks during 6/7 - 6/308:30am - 11:00amWho is ready for Writer's Camp? We will spend 3 weeks exploring the ins and outs of writing by learning how the Six Traits of Writing work in the writing process across the writing genres. Each week will be different so sign up for 1 week or all 3!! Research has shown that all “good” writing has six key ingredients—ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions. Each week we will review the six traits and how they fit into the writing process by utilizing mentor texts or picture books. We will study skilled authors to become stronger writers ourselves. There will be plenty of time for practice through shared writing and independent writing experiences. Looking forward to a summer writing adventure.Grades 3 - 5

Week of 6/21 - 6/2510:00am - 12:00pmGrades 4-8 are invited to join us to learn about coding in Swift. Daily we will learn split our time learning to code and building a robot. At the end of the week we will make our robots dance using coding. Bring your UA iPad.Grades 4 - 8

Week of 6/7 - 6/111:00pm - 2:00pm (Distance learning via Zoom)This workshop will focus on the social/emotional health of the child. Helping find creative outlets to express themselves. We will discuss coping skills to manage their feelings. They will learn a few constructive self relaxation skills using the arts in this creative workshop.Grades 3 - 5

Sign up for one (or multiple) dates from: June 7, 8, 29, and 308:30am - 11:00am or 12:00pm - 2:30pmHow about guiding a robot through a maze? Programming a robot to play a xylophone? Designing a path for a tiny robot to follow?Creating your own toothbrush robot? Kids in Grade 2-5 will get the chance to learn about basic coding, will explore using different code-able robots and will also create their own to take home.Grades 2 - 5

Dates TBD1:00pm - 2:30pmWe have asked our students to adjust to a lot of new things this past year. With all this change comes uncertainly and anxiety for students. This workshop will help students learn about what anxiety looks like and feels like and how to develop the tools necessary to lower their worry and fear.Grades 4 - 6

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Olympics

MeeBot Coding

Writing Camp

ReadingHome Resources

BridgeClasses

Creative Coping

ArtHome Resources

Coding for Kids

Helping Kids with Anxiety

SciencesHome Resources

Grades 1 - 5

Grades 3 - 5

Grades 2 - 5

MathHome Resources

Grades 4 - 6

Grades 4 - 8

CommunityResources

Grades 3 - 5

Weekly from 6/7 - 6/308:30am - 11:00pm (Grades 1-3)or12:00pm - 2:30pm (Grades 4&5)Do you know that the Olympics is this summer? Come join us for one or more weeks for some summer fun to play Olympic Games suited to your age level, explore what champions eat to stay healthy & connect with the earth by planting a garden to supply nutritious food.Grades 1 - 5

Sign up for one or multiple weeks during 6/7 - 6/308:30am - 11:00amWho is ready for Writer's Camp? We will spend 3 weeks exploring the ins and outs of writing by learning how the Six Traits of Writing work in the writing process across the writing genres. Each week will be different so sign up for 1 week or all 3!! Research has shown that all “good” writing has six key ingredients—ideas, organization, voice, word choice, sentence fluency, and conventions. Each week we will review the six traits and how they fit into the writing process by utilizing mentor texts or picture books. We will study skilled authors to become stronger writers ourselves. There will be plenty of time for practice through shared writing and independent writing experiences. Looking forward to a summer writing adventure.Grades 3 - 5

Week of 6/21 - 6/2510:00am - 12:00pmGrades 4-8 are invited to join us to learn about coding in Swift. Daily we will learn split our time learning to code and building a robot. At the end of the week we will make our robots dance using coding. Bring your UA iPad.Grades 4 - 8

Week of 6/7 - 6/111:00pm - 2:00pm (Distance learning via Zoom)This workshop will focus on the social/emotional health of the child. Helping find creative outlets to express themselves. We will discuss coping skills to manage their feelings. They will learn a few constructive self-relaxation skills using the arts in this creative workshop.Grades 3 - 5

Sign up for one (or multiple) dates from: June 7, 8, 29, and 308:30am - 11:00am or 12:00pm - 2:30pmHow about guiding a robot through a maze? Programming a robot to play the xylophone? Designing a path for a tiny robot to follow? Creating your own toothbrush robot? Kids in Grade 2-5 will get the chance to learn about basic coding, will explore using different code-able robots, and will also create their own to take home. Bring your school iPad!Grades 2 - 5

Dates TBD1:00pm - 2:30pmWe have asked our students to adjust to a lot of new things this past year. With all this change comes uncertainly and anxiety for students. This workshop will help students learn about what anxiety looks like and feels like and how to develop the tools necessary to lower their worry and fear.Grades 4 - 6

UA Parks& Rec

Summer programming, events, and pools.

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UA Public Library

Summer events and reading opportunities.

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UA CivicAssociation

Summer events and community opportunities.

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Columbus Museum of Art

Summer art events and installations.

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Thurber House

Summer writing camps(Virtual only)

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WOSU Summer Camps

Summer camps for all ages and subjects

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Ohio Craft Museum

Summer art camps and camps 'to-go'

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