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5 SUMMER MATH RESOURCES

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I am always impressed with the math resources Khan Academy provides. Check out their new summer math camp. This is a FREE camp. You don't have to join at any specific time, but if you join during the month of July there are additional fun activities and giveaways you can participate in. 

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This workbook was designed to help students learn and understand as they practice math. Both a teaching booklet and a workbook, students can practice key concepts like Equivalent Fractions, Comparing Fractions, and Least Common Denominators. This is an excellent book for new learners, students who need review, and any students or parents struggling to understand what fractions are and how they work.

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An excellent resource for young learners. Practice writing numbers and counting. Both a teaching booklet and a workbook, students learn about Numbers, Skip Counting and Place Values. Building a strong understanding of numbers is foundational to math success. This workbook is a great place to start.

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There is so much to explore online. Check out some of my favorite math websites. (I especially like Mathigon!)

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One-on-one learning is a great way to identify math misunderstandings. I love helping students connect the dots and build foundations for future math concepts. There are still a few remaining math sessions available for summer. Click contact to request additional information and times available.

Summer math tutoring runs from June 21st - August 26th.

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