Summer Reading Book Lists | Salt Lake County Library
Summer reading lists for PreReaders, Children, Teens, and Adults from the Salt Lake County Library
Hundreds of Books with Unlimited Checkouts in Granite's Sora this Summer
Sora is open for reading all summer! Sora is a reading app for Granite students, filled with thousands of ebooks and audiobooks you can borrow and read or listen to on any computer or smart device.
Anti-Racism, Justice, Activism Collection in Granite's Sora
Books for children and teens discussing race, racism, civil rights, social justice, and related topics, fiction and nonfiction.
Anti-racism, Justice, and Activism Books and Resources
In Granite’s Sora we’ve curated a collection of over 80 books for children and teens discussing race, racism, civil rights, social justice, and related topics, both fiction and nonficti…
Granite Best Books 5th-6th Grade Reading List, 2020-2021
These are the titles for next year's Battle of the Books competition! Start reading them this summer.
Online Summer Learning Resources
Virtual Field Trips: Remote Visits to the Museum | AMNH
Engage your students in an up-close visit to the the Museum's famed exhibits, and complete related activities to bolster understanding of scientific concepts.
Virtual Field Trip: Butterfly Conservatory | AMNH
A virtual field for students in grades K-2 to observe butterflies and compare their patterns.
OLogy: The Science Website for Kids | American Museum of Natural History
Find out about fossils, the universe, animals, and much more! On OLogy, kids of all ages can play games, do activities, collect cards, and meet scientists.
Learning At Home With The Exploratorium
Go down a science rabbit-hole! Find hundreds of free videos and easy projects created by the Exploratorium. Discover why soap destroys viruses, take a virtual Exploratorium tour, cook up some food science, tinker around your house, and understand your world with what you have at home. All scientist-tested, and all free!
Learning At Home With The Exploratorium
Keep your kids busy and engaged at home with hundreds of FREE hands-on science activities and videos from the Exploratorium. All teacher-tested, all free. Science is all around us, not just in a classroom or textbook. So model a virus, explore soapy science, and understand your world with what you have at home. Keep asking questions and keep exploring…wherever you are!
Recommended Science Videos and the Reluctant Homeschool Teacher | A Fuse #8 Production
Perhaps you have found yourself thinking, "What I really wish I could find is a series of wonderful science programs for kids that they can watch for a little while." Well, I located three modern alternatives that have led to some pretty great conversations (and home science experiments) and I want to share them with you today.
Science Max | Friction | Season 1 Full Episode | Kids Science
Recommended Science Videos and the Reluctant Homeschool Teacher — @fuseeight A Fuse #8 Production
Summer Learning | PBS LearningMedia
Avoid the "summer slide" and keep the spirit of curiosity alive with these informal, anytime learning resources. This collection of videos and activities encourages students in grades PreK-12 to spend the summer asking questions, spinning stories, and exploring all the ways that learning can be fun.For additional summer resources, check out our Great American Read collection for fun, summer reading materials, and find family adventures at Camp PBS LearningMedia. Evite que su hijo o hija…
Camp PBS LearningMedia! | PBS LearningMedia
Whether you're looking for music and dance activities, science experiments, family-friendly adventures, or learning about dinosaurs (plus more!), you will find media and activity resources in the Camp PBS LearningMedia collection. We’ve gathered fun, exploratory resources for you to use as you plan summer fun. This collection of resources leverages fun, educational activities to include in your daily schedule, as well as resources to help seed ideas for introducing topics to your campers…
Best Summer Learning Games | Common Sense Education
Great on-the-sly learning games that don't scream "school." Explore this Best Summer Learning Games Top Picks list of 42 tools curated by Common Sense Education editors to find relevant and engaging edtech solutions for your classroom.
FIRST @ Home: FIRST LEGO League resources
FIRST @ Home: FIRST LEGO League resources and activities that can be done at home during summer break or distance learning periods.
Virtual Summer Camp for Families | Wide Open School
" Wide Open School is offering a virtual summer camp with online and offline activities in both English and Spanish that will keep kids of all ages active and curious until next school year."
The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks
The Hidden Worlds of the National Parks | Google Arts and Culture - Virtual field trips into national parks
Salt Lake/Utah Summer Learning Activities
Imagine Your Story with The City Library's Super Summer Challenge 2020
Super Summer Challenge 2020 - The City Library
Research Quest | Natural History Museum of Utah
Research Quest is a library of online science investigation classes created by the museum for teachers and parents to share with students.
Virtual Field Trips
Welcome to the Natural History Museum of Utah! The Museum is an active research institution and one of our state’s top visitor attractions. Each year the Museum hosts approximately 300,000 guests from around the world, including 40,000 students visiting on free field trips.
Neighborhood Naturalists and other activities from the Natural History Museum of Utah | Summer Reading and Learning 2020
The Natural History Museum of Utah is one of the finest learning attractions in the state of Utah, and although their exhibitions are closed to the public right now they’ve been busy filling …
Online Resources | Natural History Museum of Utah
The Natural History Museum of Utah is one of the finest learning attractions in the state of Utah, and although their exhibitions are closed to the public right now they’ve been busy filling their website with online resources and offline activities for summer and distance learning.
Pollinators - Neighborhood Naturalists | Natural History Museum of Utah
Bees, butterflies, moths, hummingbirds, and bats may be small but they play an important role in the world’s ecosystems as pollinators. Did you know that just in Utah we have more than a 1000 different types of bees and 150 types of moths and butterflies. Learn more with interactive activities about what you can do at home for local pollinators!
Backyard Birds - Neighborhood Naturalists | Natural History Museum of Utah
You don’t have to be an expert bird watcher to enjoy the songs and calls of birds. Birds are truly unique and adapt to live in environments all over the world. Just in North America there are 2,509 species of birds. Discover more about bird songs, identification and hands on activities you can do to be a backyard birder!
How to Be a Naturalist - Neighborhood Naturalists | Natural History Museum of Utah
A Naturalist is a student of natural history- someone who is curious about their surroundings, both past and present, and wants to learn more! Explore more about the tools you need and may already have!
Neighborhood Naturalists for Kids | Natural History Museum of Utah
Nature is around us all the time – NHMU invites you to take a closer look with us this summer to observe and learn more about nature in your neighborhood! Become a Neighborhood Naturalist! We will be exploring new topics all summer long, introducing you to local naturalists and scientists, learning more about our nearby nature, sharing fun activities you can do outside, and even connecting you with research happening right here at NHMU.
Grab & Go Science | Natural History Museum of Utah
Planning your own summer schedule of fun and learning? Download these ready-to-use science activities complete with detailed instructions. Grab & Go Science activities provide hours of engaging science fun with zero screen time!
Online Events - Zoo, Arts & Parks | SLCo
Online Events Listing - Salt Lake County Zoo, Arts & Parks (ZAP) Program, Summer 2020
2020 Summer Reading Challenge | Salt Lake County Library
"No matter how old you are, reading benefits everyone. Reading over the summer has been shown to increase test scores in the fall. Families who read together earn prizes together! And setting realistic goals with steps to accomplish them helps you reach those goals. These are just a few reasons to sign up for the County Library’s Reading Challenge."