Ohio Learns 360 offers resources for out-of-school-time learning


Ohio Learns 360, funded by the Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Fund, is a program to accelerate learning during out-of-school time. The program has updated its website to make it easier for after-school and summer programs to find free Public Broadcasting Service resources. Parents also can find resources to support their children’s learning.

Through the collaboration of Ohio’s eight Public Broadcasting Service stations, Ohio Learns 360 offers free camp-in-a-box resources to summer and after-school programs for children in kindergarten through fifth grade. Included are a week’s worth of activities for 20 students and a facilitator’s guide. Out-of-school time programs also can arrange for live, interactive Zoom sessions with Public Broadcasting Service educators for read-alouds, hands-on activities and clips from favorite PBS KIDS shows. Additionally, teachers can access virtual field trips to some of Ohio’s leading museums and science centers.

For more information, visit the Ohio Learns 360 website. For questions, contact info@ohiolearns360.org.