Our customized learning plans, personalized instruction, and guided practice provides the strong mathematical foundation every student needs to excel! Our team of math experts will help you choose the program to achieve your child's math goals, including:
Numerical Fluency—Our Numerical Fluency Summer Program teaches students techniques not only to master, but to extend beyond, basic addition and subtraction facts. Key concepts include the ten fundamental prerequisites and skills necessary for addition and subtraction fact mastery, visual representations, word problems, and more.
Multiplication Fact Fluency—The Multiplication Fact Fluency Summer Program exposes students to scalable strategies that are applicable outside of the standard 12x12 multiplication table. Key concepts include count-bys, repeated addition, commutativity, launching points, word problems, and more.
Fractions—Students looking for either a preview of key fractional concepts or who are in need of a refresher before next school are perfect for our Fractions Summer Program. Key concepts include: naming and drawing fractions, improper fractions, mixed numbers, complements to the whole, comparing fractions, adding and subtracting fractions, ordering fractions, word problems, and more.
Problem Solving—Designed to create mathematical thinkers at all ages, our comprehensive Problem Solving Summer Program allows students to experience depth in problem solving. Key concepts include mastery of problem solving related to the four basic operations, proportional reasoning, fractional concepts, algebraic problem solving, and more.
Algebra Readiness—Upon completion of our Algebra Readiness Summer Program, students will have mastered key concepts in preparation for Algebra I coursework. Key concepts include expressions, linear equations, graphing, proportional thinking, algebraic word problems and more.
Geometry Readiness—Upon completion of our Geometry Readiness Summer Program, students will have mastered key concepts in preparation for high school Geometry coursework. Key concepts include classifying shapes and angles, transversals, congruence and similarity, surface area and volume, conditional statements, an introduction to proof, and more.