Summer Math 2021
SPS Summer Math Program: Entering Grades 1-5:
*Please note that hard copies of the SPS Summer Math Program will be sent home to all students entering Grades 1-5.
Looking for More? Check out the CT Governor's Math Challenge!
*For students who complete this challenge, please submit the “Summer Math Log” to your teacher for recognition in the Fall.
Looking for a site with loads of fun activities?
There are algebra games, facts games, logic games, and word problem games galore. Fun for every age and every interest!
Educational computer games and activities
All activities were created or approved by certified school teachers. All games are modeled from lessons and enhanced to provide an interactive way for children to learn.
Figure This! Math Challenges for Families
Challenges families or classrooms to solve math and spatial problems; great for the "non-mathematician."
Includes Game Room with Matho, Hidden Pictures, Concentration, Planet Blaster (addition, subtraction, multiplication, algebra practice); Make Worksheets: Flashcard Practice (analog clocks, rounding, square root, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division) and Create Flashcards to print; Homework Helper; and Interactive Addition and Multiplication Tables.
Create a Graph!
Here you will find five different graphs and charts for you to consider. Maybe it will help explain what you are trying to show. Use homework problems, things you have a special interest in, or use some of the numbers you find elsewhere on this site. Have fun!
Additional math sites
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Summer Math Program: Entering Grades 6-8:
*Includes Accelerated Math Grade 7 and Algebra I Grade 8
PDF Version of Summer Math Programs:
Please note that we highly recommend that students complete the Middle School Summer Math Programs through the Canvas or Google Classroom Courses noted in the letters above. The courses on Canvas and Google Classroom have been designed to offer students with immediate feedback and instructional videos as they complete the program.
Should you experience technological difficulties over the summer or have a preference to complete the assignments in paper/pencil, please access the PDF versions of the Summer Math Assignments below: