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Summer Math Activities & Games


One of the best ways for children to develop their mathematical knowledge and understanding is through games.  Below are two separate links that contain a variety of games that you can use with your son or daughter to help them with strategy & building fact fluency.

Summer Activities

Every student regresses a bit over the summer.  To prevent this "summer slide", it is important to provide opportunities where they can flex their "math muscles."  Activities that give kids the chance to work with mathematical concepts in a fun and engaging way are the best way to prevent the "summer slide."  Click on the article below for suggestions for every day activities you can do with your child.


 The sites below address a range of mathematical topics for various ages.

Calculation Nation™, a website developed by NCTM, (National Council of Teachers of Mathematics) “uses the power of the Web to let students challenge opponents from anywhere in the world. At the same time, students are able to challenge themselves by investigating significant mathematical content and practicing fundamental skills. The element of competition adds an extra layer of excitement”.

If your student would like to practice their basic facts for (+, - , x, ÷), this site offers the opportunity to change the type of fact they work on, and the level.

What a great site; it offers fun games that challenge students on a variety of topics at different levels.  Visit this website to try out games that cover a span of mathematical topics, including time, money, pre-algebra, and place value.  (We use this site often)


*This website contains various interactive games for developing multiplication fact fluency.  (We use this site often)

*Contains various grade-level activities


Have a safe, fun summer!