All posts tagged summer math

Week 9: Rising 2nd Grade Summer Math Problems

Rising 2nd Grade Summer Math Review

How is your summer math review going? Do you find your child likes online math games or board games with math concepts better? How about math in animal picture books? Maybe math apps are the way to go? Read more…

Prevent Summer Math Slide: Going into 2nd Grade Daily Math Problems

Math Summer Review for 2nd Grade

School ended Friday, June 15th and my elementary school has helpfully supplied me with summer math homework for my son who will be entering 2nd grade. We get one problem per day and as my other kids went through this, we found that it’s easier to do one week at a time. Read more…

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Best Summer Math Supplementation Work Books and More

Best Math Work Books

Yes I am that kind of mom that believes in summer math. Math is a learned skill not a gift of genetics. It’s like a shark; either you are moving forwards or you die. Ok, you don’t actually die but you start to forget and when September rolls around, you’ve gone backwards from where you were in June. Read more…

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Friday Find: Pedometer to Teach Kids Math and Fitness

Getting Kids Active While Doing Math

I received this nifty gadget from Reebok to try for February Heart Awareness month. It took me more than 2 months to actually try it out because I thought it was complicated to figure out.  I am not good with the gadgets. It sat in the kitchen for a month before I realized I really need to try it out, plus I wanted to clock the number of steps I take at the off leash dog park around the reservoir. I’ve heard rumors that it’s 1.85 miles for one loop. Read more…

Fun Word Problem Picture Book for ages 6-10 (You Can, Toucan, Math)

Picture Book With Math Concepts

This is a fun word problem book featuring birds with problems in addition, subtraction, multiplication and division. This would be a fun book to use for the summer to sneak in a little math but in a really fun way. The sweet spot is 2nd to 3rd graders, but even my preschooler will enjoy this book if we do the problems together by drawing out rows of birds to solve multiplication and division which would be new for him.

If you are looking for more picture books that teach math concepts, I have a post on Picture Books that Teach Math Concepts with more suggestions.

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