From moon journaling to phonics, kids will love exploring the world around them with this summer activity booklet.
Hold the place of a good book with this colorful bookmark.
Track the books your kids read during the summer months.
Starting a children’s book club can seem like an overwhelming undertaking but there are a few simple considerations and steps to follow.
Children spend a lot of their time at home. You can support your child's learning while you do daily chores. You can invite your child to help you, or you can provide an activity for your child to do close to you. That way, you can talk and listen to your child while you work.
From Knowing Your ABCs to Learning to Read!
Try some of these tips to make sure your child’s required summer reading goes smoothly.
There are so many adventures to find in books! Play PBS KIDS READ Book Bingo with your child to discover new reads.
PBS Kids offers a variety of free apps for parents and kids that support summer learning and exploration, including the new PBS Kids Games app. Information is available at pbskids.org/apps. PBS Kids programming and content is available for free on the PBS Kids Video App, which can be downloaded from iTunes, Google Play and Amazon.
Need to get out of the house or take a break from the screen? Join GPB for one our many Atlanta-based community events this summer! GPB encourages families to be a part of something new and learn something along the way. Visit GPB.org/community for a full list of events. For summer resources from the Get Georgia Reading campaign—including meal programs, safety tips and online learning collections—click here.