Kingston City School District
How Can I Help My Student in Math?
Focusing on the required fluency at each grade is an excellent starting point. Search the web for games related to the following fluencies.
Add/subtract within 5
Add/subtract within 10
Add/subtract within 201
Add/subtract within 100 (pencil and paper)
Multiply/divide within 1002
Add/subtract within 1000
Add/subtract within 1,000,000
Multi-digit decimal operations
Solve px + q = r, p(x + q) = r
Solve simple 2X2 systems by inspection
-The links below are for free resources to engage students in the skills above along with other standards.
Kingston City Schools cannot guarantee any claims made by the following websites.
TenMarks: Free Summer Math Program (free during trial period)
Grades: 2-Algebra 2/Geometry
At the start of the program, your child will receive a short diagnostic assessment based on the grade s/he is completing. The assessment will be automatically graded and TenMarks will create a personalized program designed to prepare your child for the upcoming year.
Parents can monitor their student’s progress.
"An hour a week is all it takes for your child to strengthen his/her math skills, and prepare for the year ahead. The TenMarks Summer Math Program will guide your child through their personalized program, one topic at a time, helping them refresh what they know, and learn what they don’t. Each assignment contains embedded instruction (hints, video lessons, and interventions) to ensure success." ~TenMarks~
Students can participate in “arcade style” games against other individuals or the computer
e-Learning for Life:
variety of subjects to choose from
Each lesson contains a tutorial and exercises to practice a particular skill.
ck-12 Brain Flex:
1. Visit www.ck12.org/summer and click 'I accept the challenge'.
2. Choose math and science topics for your child to focus on this summer.
3. Designate yourself as your child’s “coach” you will receive updates on your child’s progress, as well as notifications if your child misses a day of practice.
Grades: K-College and Beyond
Students can watch videos on virtually any topic. The videos are in a tutorial format to walk students though the process to determine the answer to various types of problems.