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Dear Families,

For most kids, summer vacation is a long-awaited break where they can finally kick back, sleep in and watch endless amounts of television. However, the “dream” summer vacation may actually become quite boring after the first week. Unfortunately, research shows that students’ learning trajectories often start to slide during summer vacation — a phenomenon commonly referred to as “summer learning loss.”
To help prevent “the summer slide,” parents can choose from an array of activities to keep children engaged and active. Whether your child is interested in theatre or music, sports or the sciences, each activity has a broader impact on development and learning abilities. Focus on your child’s strength when choosing learning opportunities.

Many parents look for activities that not only keep their child busy, but also utilize skills that the child already has. While practicing specific skills it is important to know that brain growth actually happens more-so with free play rather than with any other activity, especially during the preschool and elementary school years. Therefore allowing a child to engage in daily, safe, adult-supervised free play will encourage the development of creative skills, resulting in better brain function.

So let’s make summer learning FUN and ADVENTUROUS.
 You can find additional resources at, a trusted PBS source.
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With appreciation,
KLRN Education Team
(GRADES 3-5)
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Check out KLRN's daily calendar to find fun learning activities for your child. Try a different activity each day!
Sesame Street in Communities
Every day, you make a difference by helping kids and families grow smarter, stronger, and kinder. Sesame Workshop has created Sesame Street in Communities to support you in this critical work. You’ll find hundreds of bilingual multimedia tools to engage kids and adults in everyday moments and daily routines—from teaching early math and literacy concepts, to encouraging families to eat nutritious foods, to serious topics such as divorce and food insecurity.

Bright by Text
KLRN offers a FREE localized opt-in text message service, Bright by Text. The project engages families from throughout KLRN’s 33-county viewing area!
Healthy Kids Project
KLRN’s Healthy Kids Project supports healthy lifestyles by influencing eating decisions and physical activities.
Through project resources, the audience is introduced to songs, live action movement, animation, and a cast of “perfectly imperfect” characters to deliver key messaging that contrasts healthy choices and attitudes with unhealthy behaviors. Lessons include activities for children ages 0-9 and all school age lessons are aligned to the TEKS. 
Summer Fun with KLRN!
Summer is full of opportunities to play & learn! KLRN Kids FREE Virtual Summer Camps are here to fill your days with creativity, exploration and fun. Explore ideas, tips and activities around different themes and best of all, there is something for everyone!

Registration for July sessions now open!
This summer, let KLRN Kids provide your kids with a Summer Camp experience filled with adventures, field trips, learning, reading, and more! 
Tune in to Season 2 weekdays at 4PM beginning June 21! Watch Season 1 of Camp TV online at:
KLRN’s Healthy Kids Project supports healthy lifestyles by influencing eating decisions and physical activities.

Join us on June 17 for a KLRN Healthy Kids Fitness Break!
Upcoming Training Opportunity for Parents, Caregivers and Teachers
Join KLRN for an interactive session where we will learn about social emotional development and strategies to help children communicate their feelings. This session is open to early childhood and elementary educators and caregivers.
Messages From Our Community

Join the United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County for their 2021 United Way Kids Festival!

An official Fiesta event, this drive-thru event will feature games and activities that promote early childhood development as well as free community resources.

The Parks and Recreation Department is offering a Supper and Snack Program provided by the San Antonio Food Back as part of the Child Adult Care Food Program (CACFP) funded by a U.S. Department of Agriculture grant.

Parents with children between the ages of one and 18 years-old can pick up free "Grab and Go" meals and snacks at 13 community center sites and the San Antonio Natatorium. 

Visit the Parks and Recreation website for more details.

Join the City of San Antonio's Parks and Recreation Department for virtual summer camp fun beginning June 21st!

Visit the Parks and Recreation Department website for more information.