Summer Resources for Students & Parents#cfbBrainBuilders

CFB Brain Builders offers parents and students easy and fun activities to help elementary students continue their learning during the summer. Each day in July, families can explore new learning through simple hands-on experiences. Enjoy!

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Events for July 2018

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Explore Art at the Dallas Museum of Art

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Join Local Library Summer Reading Program

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Acing Math One Deck at a Time

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Birdseed Feeder Ornaments

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Social Studies Challenge: Geography

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Be a Keyboarding Ninja!

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Strike, Scrape, & Shake Show

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Fort Worth Stockyards Cattle Drive

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Family Robotics Night

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Family Game Night

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Star Wars Lego Science

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Social Studies Challenge: USA

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Technology: Coding with Gratitude

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Monnig Meteorite Gallery at TCU

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10 Things You Can Do To Get Your Child Ready for Kindergarten (Article)

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Book Club & Book Buddies

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Cooking Up Math Fun

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Catapult Fun

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Social Studies Challenge: Civics

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Technology: Snap Into Summer with Book Snaps

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Saturday Story Time

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McKinney Avenue Trolley

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Poetry Week! Read, Perform, and Write Poems

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Build a Marble Run

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Blast Off with Balloon Rockets

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Social Studies Challenge: Government

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Technology: Be Internet Awesome

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Kimbell Kids Drop-In Studio

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Visit the Oldest Art Museum in Texas

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Reading Games

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Paper Frisbee Geometry

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Additional Links/Activities

National Center for Families Learning

We Are Teachers

Screenagers

Carrollton Library Read Squared Summer Program

More Carrollton Activities

Free Internet access information for families:

Especially for Parents

How Parents Can Help Students During the Summer

Finding a Great Summer Program: A Checklist for Parents

Summer Reading Booklists

Summer Learning, Side-by-Side

Day Trips for Book Lovers

Summer Reading and Fluency: Tips for Parents from Reading Rockets

Summer Spells Success: Tips for Parents from the National Summer Learning Association

Especially for Parents of Children with Learning Disabilities

Strategies for Summer Reading for Children with Dyslexia

Crickets, Books, and Bach: Develop a Summer Listening Program