School might be out, but that doesn't mean it's not still time to learn. It's just that now you can pick the subject, and we can't think of a better one than Corvettes! Fortunately, neither can the National Corvette Museum, so they've launched the Vettecademy, a YouTube series that's designed to teach kids (yeah, sure the kids!) about different things about the Corvette, cars in general, and some life skills.

There are five episodes so far, hosted by museum staff including Museum Educator Deb Howard, Director of Marketing and Communication Katie Ellison, and more.

First up is learning about generations. Not just of the Corvette, though you'll get to see those too, but of the word itself. Second is the story of the museum's infamous sinkhole. How and why it happened, some math lessons, and a look at the cars that had fallen into the pit.

Other episodes cover tire changing, teach about past GM designers, how to design a car, and the early history of the Corvette. Sure it's cliché but these are fun for kids of all ages, and there are plenty of cool Corvettes to see.