What should my child do for math over the summer? I am offering a solution if you aren't sure. Summer is a time to play, play, play, have fun, and play some more. Play helps foster executive functioning skills, creative problem solving, conflict resolution, and self-regulation.
To avoid the brain drain that takes place when school is not in session, try visiting one of these websites for math activities. If you want me to send you a packet of math problems I will do that upon request. Any questions, I am available via email. Have a great summer!
Daily Math Review
www.ck12.org - Brain Flex math/science program
Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division:
Word problems for grades four through six:
Online games to practice everything from basic addition facts to telling time:
Practice everything from basic math skills to geometry:
Parents should always monitor their child’s use of any Internet site.