Summer Learning Resources

Virtual Summer Camps

  • 11th Annual JPAC – On The Brightside Virtual Summer Camp will be free for all age groups, levels of interest, education, and capabilities. August 3rd – August 14th. Space is limited, register here.
  • The American Diabetes Association (ADA) has created a free, at-home summer camp experience. ADA Imagine Camp welcomes all campers with diabetes from ages 5-17. Session 2 takes place on July 13 – August 7. Register here.
  • #CampYouTube is a FREE virtual summer camp experience where youth can explore four different camps: STEM, Arts, Sports, and Adventure. For extra fun, download their bingo boards and cross off camp activities along the way, for young children and teens. Start exploring here.
  • DreamWorks Animation is providing #CampDreamWorks this summer! A virtual summer camp, featuring DreamWorks’ characters and fun activities, like character drawing tutorials, dance parties, at-home concerts, recipes, and more. Follow along at
  • CampKinda is a FREE virtual summer experience for kids in grades K-8. Join in for fun weekly adventures where kids will explore, create, read, play, and move! Pick and choose the activities that work best for your child, with both online and offline opportunities. Sign up here. 
  • Camp TFK (Time for Kids) is offering daily activities that can be completed at home this summer. Learn more and sign up here. 

Summer Enrichment for Young Children (Preschool, Kindergarten, and Elementary School) 

Summer Enrichment for Teens (Middle School & High School) 

Summer Reading for Families

  • Audible is providing kids and teens with free audiobooks in 8 different languages.
  • TIME for Kids is offering a free digital library of educational magazines for grades K – 8. Available in English, Spanish, and Chinese. Sign up here
  • Join the Summer Reading Challenge with the Los Angeles Public Library (June 1 – August 31, 2020). Learn more.
  • LA County Libraries are now offering Sidewalk Service. Items on hold are now available for pickup at select libraries, for instructions and more information. To hold books, click here.

Tips for Families