May is finally here. This school year is coming to an end, and it looks like we will be back to “normal” (whatever that is) next year. Summer is a time for kids to explore, relax, and participate in unstructured fun. However, it is also important that children do not lose the educational momentum they gained during the past year. Reading, solving math problems, crafting, and journaling will help your child maintain these important skills. A few minutes of review each day will save you and your kids months of frustration when they return to the classroom in the fall.
According to Psychology Today, students can lose one to three months of learning in math over the summer. Finding the appropriate math practice can be difficult. Each Summer Solutions lesson reviews a variety of skills and uses three research-based strategies: retrieval practice, spacing, and interleaving. Combining these strategies makes Summer Solutions the perfect all-inclusive workbook for your child.
Summer Solutions Math Workbooks.
Summer Solutions math workbooks are available in grades K to 8 in both the Standards-Based and Original series. There is also a Pre-K Math workbook for the kids who will be entering kindergarten in the fall. Click on the cover of each book to learn more and see sample pages.
Click on the images to download a spring math practice worksheet!
This summer, help your child stay academically engaged with less screen time and more sunshine.