Many students have 4-6 weeks off of school between June and September. Students are “scheduled” during the school year and do need “down” time. However, given our informational age, letting our brains pause for too long could have negative effects too, especially in regards to math. Learning is all about the lens we choose to view it in…let us promote learning as a fun, year-long, life-long process. Encouraging those around us of any age, to get excited about reviewing our knowledge or learning something new. Having the ability to learn is a gift, and is something that should be celebrated.
For summer introduction, practice, mastery or review these sites are a good place for students in grades K-12 to explore mathematic concepts. I have also recommended these sites as homework resources too.
Visit Website: https://school.discoveryeducation.com
Enjoy the fun and challenges of mathematics. Students can click on “Homework Help” or “Games and Interactives” to review math concepts and skills. This site offers resources to help students master the basics of mathematics of numbers and number operations. Videos and tutorials explain basic operations and help with the mastery of math skills in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division–essential building blocks for success in mathematics.
Visit Website: https://www.frontrowed.com/
Zero in on math and ELA with personalized practice and assessments
Visit Website: http://www.softschools.com/math/games/
Interactive free math games
Visit Website: https://www.prodigygame.com/
Adaptive math practice wrapped in role-playing adventure
Get the Math
Solve real-life algebra problems
Visit Website: http://www.aaamath.com
Get introduced, practice, master or review math concepts outlined per grade level
Visit Website: https://www.khanacademy.org
Mini math instructional videos that cover a wide array of math concepts. Parents/students can personalize learning by setting up a free online classroom.
Visit Website: https://www.kutasoftware.com
Download free worksheets ranging from Pre-Algebra to Infinite Calculus
Visit Website: http://www.softschools.com/math/algebra/
Algebra Worksheets, Quizzes and Activities
May we continue to seek knowledge in all things~