(Modeling and Solving Math Word Problems)
Multi-Subject Flash Cards App
SAS® Flash Cards gives you the ability to easily create, learn, and share flash cards for the iPad, iPhone, and iPod Touch. With SAS® Flash Cards, you can download and play flash card decks in numerous subjects, create new flash card decks in a variety of question formats, and share your flash card decks with others.
Math Tappers Number Line
MathTappers: Numberline is a learning game that challenges players to find the locations of numbers on a numberline. This game allows players to develop their understanding of our number system and their proportional reasoning skills by giving them an opportunity to consider the relative positions of whole, integer and real numbers.
Number Bond Blasters allows students in kindergarten through fifth grade to practice math facts with number bonds. This game is aligned to the Common Core State Standards and will have students fluently adding and subtracting or multiplying and dividing at their level.
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1. Play Cards - Traditional card games are full of logic and arithmetic.
2. Visit a Museum - Look up the summer programs for your local science museums, or just browse around and highlight the different ways math is involved in the various sciences.
3. Cook - Following recipes, cutting it in half for fewer servings, or tripling it for a large gathering, teaches very practical skills.
4. Chart Your Time - Have your children keep a chart indicating how much time they spend reading, watching television, doing chores and playing. Children can determine what fraction of the day that they spend on each activity.
5. Weather Watch - Set up a rain gauge to measure the amount of rain over the course of a month or the whole summer. You can also track the daily temperatures and humidity and plot it on a chart.
6. Garden - The children can help to determine the area of the garden and have them calculate the amount of space taken up by the tomatoes versus cucumbers.
7. Plan a Trip - Have the kids map out your trip. They can calculate distance and estimate time and fuel mileage. The entire family can help check the accuracy of their estimates along the way.