• Math Summer Resources 2021

    Rising 5th Graders - Math Summer Work

    Rising 6th Graders - Math Summer Work

    Rising 7th Graders - Math Summer Work and Expectations (not updated for 2021)

    Rising 8th Graders - Math Summer Work

      

     

     

    Dear families,

    After quite the whirlwind of a school year it feels like summer learning may be the last thing on many of our minds. However, research has shown that continuing with academic support in fun ways over the summer can prevent students from regressing as they enter a new school year. Below you will find some simple to use resources that can keep children of all ages engaged in math while having fun all summer long. 

    One of the best ways to keep students engaged in math is through games. This resource I have put together includes dozens of games - most of which can be played with either a deck of cards or dice - and can help students develop fact fluency in addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. 

    In addition I have put together a list of digital platforms that you can access via a computer or mobile device. Many of these platforms have free access for students and families. One of the highlights of almost all of these platforms is that they begin with a small placement assessment that addresses the needs of students and places them where they need to be. They aim to fill in gaps that students may have missed during the school year. 

    If you have any questions or concerns about summer math practice please don’t hesitate to reach out to me. 

    Have a wonderful summer and have fun with math!

    Lucy O’Connor

    Tier II Intervention

    loconnor@carlisle.k12.ma.us