Teachers everywhere are always excited for summer. However, they are a little nervous too. Why? Not just because we are worried about students reading skills sliding, but their math skills might take a hit too! Many people think having students do school work over the summer is cruel. But, a simple summer math review can help your students from losing crucial skills.
Summer Math Review Activities
Now, I know summer is supposed to be a relaxing time not only for teachers but also for students. That’s why one of the best summer math review activities is using your math centers. Math centers are the perfect activity to send home with students because it doesn’t take too much extra work for you, and it’s something students know how to do! In addition, math centers are mainly game-based. Therefore, students can have some fun with the games and maybe even play with their families.
I am a big fan of sending home your math centers in printable form. However, you can also use digital centers as long as you do some planning to make sure students all have access to the digital centers. You can find math and literacy centers for kindergarten, first, second, third, fourth, and fifth grade! This makes it easy to differentiate as well.
- Math Centers
- Spiral Review
- Math Games
- Everyday Math Activities
Math Centers: Check out our math centers for grades K-5
• Spiral Review
• Math Games
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