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Summer Mathematics

Summer mathematics practice is essential to prevent regression and to prepare students for the upcoming school year. Recommended activities by grade level are available below. Students are also welcome to pursue their own interests. A list of ideas for exercises can be found here.

Dear Parents, Guardians, and incoming third grade students,

Students entering the third grade should have ideally mastered the following skills throughout their time in second grade:

• Count On/ Count Back 0, 1, 2, or 3
• Use Doubles
• Bridge to Ten
• Add & Subtract 10 within 100
• Add & Subtract multiples of 10 within 100
• Add & Subtract 2 digit number w/o regrouping
• Add & Subtract 2 digit number w/ regrouping
• Double Digit addition & subtraction with and without regrouping

Students entering third grade can complete the Summer Math Bingo Board, the optional Grade 2 Review Packet, or the optional Grade 3 Preview Packet.

Dear Parents, Guardians, and incoming fourth grade students,

Students entering the fourth grade should have ideally mastered the following skills throughout their time in third grade:

• Add and Subtract 100 within 1,000
• Add and Subtract Multiples of 100 within 1,000
• Add and Subtract 3-Digit Numbers (without regrouping)
• Add and Subtract 3-Digit Numbers (with regrouping)
Multiplication
• Multiplication Facts - 0,1,2,5,10
• Multiplication Facts - 3,4,6
• Multiplication Facts -7,8,9
• Extended Facts within 100 (2-Digit x 1-Digit)
Division
• Division Facts - 1,2,5,10
• Division Facts - 3,4,6
• Division Facts - 7,8,9
• Extended Facts within 100 (Divide 2-Digit by 1-Digit)
Fractions
• Identify numerators and denominators
• Comparing fractions with common denominators
• Comparing fractions with common numerators

A list of ideas for exercises can be found here.

Dear Parents, Guardians, and incoming fifth grade students,

Students entering the fifth grade should have ideally mastered the following skills throughout their time in fourth grade:

• Adding 4-Digit numbers to 4-Digit numbers (with regrouping)
• Adding 5-6 Digit numbers to 5-6 Digit numbers (with regrouping)
• Subtracting 5-6 Digit numbers to 5-6 Digit numbers (with regrouping)
Multiplication
• M3-Digit x 1-Digit
• 4-Digit x 1-Digit
• 2-Digit x 2-Digit
Division
• Divide 3-Digit Numbers by 1-Digit Numbers
• Divide 4-Digit Numbers by 1-Digit Numbers
Fractions/Decimals
• Comparing Fractions, using the Benchmark of ½
• Identifying Multiples & Factors
• Fraction Equivalence:Converting Mixed Numbers to Fractions Greater than One and vice versa
• Adding and Subtracting (with and without regrouping) fractions with Common Denominators
• Multiplying a Proper Fraction by a Whole Number
• Multiplying a Whole Number by a Mixed Number
• Subtraction w/ regrouping

A list of ideas for exercises can be found here.