Make a Masterpice

Make of Masterpiece July -11

Research confirms that the arts prepare students for school, life, and work. Summer is a blank canvas for creativity and self-expression through music, literature, dance, theater, visual arts, and so much more. Spark the imagination and a muse that delights the spirit of child.

Local Resources:

Flint School of Performing Arts Virtual Camp

Summer Zoom camp programs, through age-appropriate instruction, encourage students to explore their musical strengths and interests

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Flint Repertory Theater Summer Camp

Summer theater camps give young actors the opportunity to immerse themselves in what it takes to bring a play to life.

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Online Resources:

Arts and Learning Kids TV Show

Young Audiences of Maryland

This Arts & Learning Kids TV show brings school lessons to life in your living room every weekend with fun and engaging arts-based learning! Episodes are tailored to lessons by grade levels: Explorers, Discoverers, and Adventurers!

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Tips for Avoiding Summer Learning Loss

Music & Arts (Blog/Article)

Summer learning loss can affect a student’s music skills. After all, knowing how to read music and play an instrument is a skill that takes plenty of time and practice. Fortunately, Summer Brain Drain in math, science, reading and music can be prevented.

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8 Resources for Parents to
Promote Summer Learning

NWEA (Blog/Article)

Need tips in avoiding the summer slide? Parents can explore these eight, free online resources so that summer is a time of learning and growth (as well as relaxation!).

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Learning Through Art

Sesame Street in Communities

Creating art gives children an opportunity to express themselves. Art can help bring science, math, and literacy concepts to life, and help kids develop important self-regulation skills. Fostering an appreciation of art and teaching basics can help kids succeed in school…and in life!

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