It’s National Summer Learning Week with Netflix & NSLA!

Combat Summer Slide with Fun Downloadable Projects

National Summer Learning Association is celebrating National Summer Learning Week from July 10-14. This week-long celebration is dedicated to elevating the importance of summer learning, to combat “Summer Slide” – the loss that occurs as kids “forget” some of their learnings from the previous school year.

Your home is filled with simple and accessible possibilities and inspiration for summer learning, right down to what your kids love to watch on Netflix. NSLA has teamed up with Netflix, THE destination for Summer Break viewing, to offer activities inspired by new films and series! Download, print and enjoy these fun and easy projects below. And, for more details on these projects and many other activities, visit

Check out the Netflix Family Summer Collection for a full collection of films and series for your family to enjoy this season on Netflix, and for more info on National Summer Learning Week!


Is It Cake, Too? (Series / Family Co-View)

From camping gear to ’90s nostalgia, cake artists return to create more mind-bending confections in this new season of the hit baking contest. On Netflix now.

Miraculous: Ladybug & Cat Noir, The Movie (Film / Kids & Family Co-View)

The first feature film based on the globally beloved Miraculous franchise, Miraculous: Ladybug & Cat Noir, The Movie follows ordinary teenager Marinette, whose life in Paris goes superhuman when she becomes Ladybug. Bestowed with magical powers of creation, Ladybug must unite with her opposite, Cat Noir, to save Paris as a new villain unleashes chaos unto the city. Available July 28.

Spirit Rangers (Series / Preschool)

Native American Siblings Kodi, Summer and Eddy have a secret: They’re “Spirit Rangers” who help protect the national park they call home! On Netflix now.

LEGO Ninjago: Dragons Rising (Series / Kids)

Two teenagers from different worlds use their newly discovered Ninja powers to defend dragons from villains who want to use their life-force for evil. On Netflix now.

Credit: Netflix Kids and Family.

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