Summer Resources

Whether you are looking for fun summer learning that doesn’t feel like school or you have a high schooler who wants to take some extra classes in preparation for college, we have a library of summer resources for you! And don’t forget all the holiday-themed resources we have for summer holidays including Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Father’s Day, Flag Day, Canada Day, Independence Day, and Labor Day.

  • Art – Drawing in Pen and Ink (Grades 4–10): Learn to draw with these twelve video lessons and activities.
  • Bible – Camping with Jesus (Grades 1–5): Hold a backyard Bible study with videos and activities about the Gospel.
  • Drama – Reader’s Theater (Grades 3–6): Grab a friend or a group and rehearse a theatrical reading.
  • Electives – Heritage Crafts (Family): Feeling crafty? Learn a life skill from days gone by.
  • Geography – Unit Studies in Geography: Brush up on geography terms or test your knowledge with any of the geography unit studies or take a virtual road trip with Cruisin’ the Country (Grades 3–5).
  • Geography – Let’s Visit Denmark (Grades 3–6): Go on a virtual trip to Denmark through a living book experience.
  • Geography – Trek to the Holy Land and Beyond (Grades 6–8): Trek to ancient Israel as well as Africa, South America, and Asia in these eight videos.
  • History – Lighting the Way (Grades 2–6): Discover the lives of Christian Heroes in any of these 22 video episodes.
  • Language Arts – World Book eBooks: Pick something for summer reading, from True or False fun facts to niche subjects like Age of Knights and Castles.
  • Language Arts – Into the Elements (Grades 6–10): Listen to a bestselling author explain how to improve storytelling in this video series.
  • Math – Covering All the Bases: Geometric Area and Volume (Grades 4–8): Finally memorize those confusing area and volume formulas with a unique approach that uses video lessons and hands-on activities.
  • Music – Schoolhouse Music Recorder Lessons: New musicians of any age may enjoy picking up a new skill in these fifteen introductory lessons.
  • Science – Lapbooking Through Science (Grades 1–3): Choose one of six mini-lapbooks to create on various topics.

Or choose any of our other unit studies.

If you have a high schooler who wants to go in depth with their learning this summer, try these shorter intensive classes designed just for them! Don’t miss the variety of high school classes we have for your students.

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