School’s out for the summer, but that doesn’t mean that learning has to stop.
Summer Learning HeadStart Online Resource
We have created a great resource to help your child avoid summer academic slump. Lumos Summer Learning HeadStart helps protect what your child learned last year and facilitates smooth transition to the next academic year.
- Review of last year’s Math & ELA skills
- Get a glimpse of next year’s concepts
- Fun activity ideas
- Useful infographics
- Access to Summer Workshop with Expert Teachers
What Our Customers Say
“I buy my child the Lumos Program every year and it has made such a difference. Preparation with these courses has always assisted him in getting high scores and given him the opportunity to participate in the Gifted and Talented Program for Math at school.”
Mrs. Williams, Parent
Stop the summer learning loss!
What learning modules are included?
Summer Workshop Session Details
1. Beating the Brain Drain through Literacy
Language Arts doesn’t have to be boring. Summer vacation can be a perfect opportunity to read for fun or see how writing can be useful even outside of school. By the end of this session, you might even write well enough to be a guest blogger on one of our websites!
2. Beating the Brain Drain through Computing
Summer presents an ideal opportunity for you to see how math is used in the real world. Through this session, you will explore some of the latest apps and games that keep you learning math skills that you can actually use. By the end of summer, you might even be your family’s newest budget manager!
3. Warm-Up to a Great School Year
Going back to school after summer vacation doesn’t have to be traumatic. If you are prepared it can almost be effortless. Spend some time exploring some final ways to keep your brain in gear as you prepare for the school year and focus on academic success.
What Educators Say
“This is an excellent practice program for all grades. Students in our district could benefit from the access to the online materials so that they can work on additional cooncepts based on areas of weakness.”
Ms. Julie Lyons, Teacher