Summer math programs for kids

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Summer math programs for kids
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Students have a lot of options to improve their math skills over the summer. A variety of summer programs are offered through schools, tutoring centres, universities, organisations and online. Programs are available for students from kindergarten through 12th grade.

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Sylvan Learning Center

Sylvan Learning Centers, the national tutoring centres, offer summer math camps for children in grades one through three, grades three through five, and grades six and seven. Camps focus on addition and subtraction, multiplication and division and fractions. If you are not near a Sylvan Learning Center, call a local tutoring centre to find out whether it offers math camps or summer math tutoring.


MySummerCamps lists many summer math programs that are held at universities and designed for older children. The University of Virginia, Bryn Mawr College in Pennsylvania, the University of Wisconsin at Green Bay, Stanford University, Boston University, Mount Holyoke College, the University of Texas and Bowling Green University have summer math programs for middle and high school students. See references for a more extensive list.


Many schools have summer math or academic programs. For most public summer schools, students must be invited to participate, but talk to your child's teacher for information specific to your school district. If your child's district doesn't have summer school or your child doesn't qualify, you can check local private schools. Many of them have summer programs that include math and are open to any student.


If you can't get your child to a summer math program, let the summer math program come to you by way of online programs. The Leap Ahead! program, a system of daily online assignments and worksheets, is offered to students in third through sixth grade. It includes regular education and gifted education versions. Another option is Beestar, a progressive program of exercises in reading, math, vocabulary and social studies for grades one through seven.

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