My middle school principal is encouraging students to stay sharp in math by doing a great free summer math program through TenMarks that I wanted to share with my readers too!
This is what our principal says:
Ten Marks is once again offering their free summer program. With the Ten Marks summer program students take a pre-assessment and Ten Marks builds a personalized learning sequence based on the assessment data. The Ten Marks math program is written to address the Common Core Math Standards, so each problem set corresponds with what students are studying in the Newton Public Schools. Ten Marks provides problem sets, problem hints and child friendly instruction videos all sequenced around a student’s needs. We highly recommend this to families looking for extra math practice and learning during the summer. See the attached flyer for more information.
Here’s the flyer:
The founders of Ten Marks (it’s since been sold to Amazon) are from Newton and I worked with them when they first launched and found it to be a great summer math program. Back then, there was a small fee that moms I knew thought was reasonable. But now it’s FREE!
It works too! Ten Marks has shown that last year students increased their math skills by 11% (typically kids lose 2-3 months of math over the summer)! What really is great is that the program is customized for your child: curriculum is created for each student based on his/her pre-test results so that it’s a Just Right math program for summer learning. It also has built-in tutoring if your child get stuck.
It’s easy to use as either an App or on the web and has programs for kids who will be in first grade through kids taking Algebra 1! Sign up here for free.
Win $25 Amazon Gift Card (Winner Chosen Daily Until July 4th)
TenMarks is running a summer sweepstakes until July 4th. Every day, one winner for a $25 Amazon gift card is selected. The contest details are here.
How about you? Are your kids doing a summer math program? Please share!
This is a sponsored post on behalf of TenMarks. My opinion, as always, is my own.