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PBS KIDS Summer Learning Project

Tue, 06/03/2014 - 10:00am -- WCVE

Did you know that all young people experience learning losses when they do not engage in educational activities during the summer? At the same time, parents consistently cite summer as the most difficult time to ensure that their children have productive things to do.*

Join us on our Ready To Learn Facebook page for learning tips each weekday!

Avoid The Summer Slump
This summer, PBS KIDS - on your Community Idea Stations (WCVE PBS, WHTJ PBS, WCVW PBS) - is the place for double the learning and double the fun and staying ahead of the summer slump!

Double the Fun:
Starting in June, PBS KIDS will roll out a new weekday schedule on-air, featuring back-to-back episodes of family favorites Wild Kratts, Curious George, Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood, Dinosaur Train, and Arthur throughout the day. The new schedule promises families double the fun and double the learning with double episodes. Check local listings to learn more.

Double the Learning:
Throughout the summer months, be sure to visit our Ready To Learn Facebook page often for fun summer learning tips and activities.

Grab These Fun Activities (PDF):

Digital Resources:

  • Free Apps: PBS KIDS offers a variety of free apps for parents and kids to support summer learning, including the new PBS KIDS Super Vision App and PBS KIDS Video. Information about the apps is available at
  • PBS KIDS provides parents with daily learning tips, extended learning ideas and recommended games and activities now through August 22 at
  • Free Episodes and E-books: Parents can download a free PBS KIDS episode each week at Special episode collections will also be available to download. Through August 22, the award-winning app MeeGenius will also offer a free read-along audio e-book each week (along with special PBS KIDS product offers) at Special offers will also be available in the LeapFrog App Center throughout the summer.

More Resources For Parents (PDF):

PBS KIDS Learning Partner Resources:

*Source: National Summer Learning Association