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Make Summer Count with a Math Log

It happens at the end of every summer break. Whether kids look for them under their bed, in their closet, or on a back shelf, they just can’t seem to find their numbers and how to use them.

Or, in other words, students lose about two months’ worth of math computational skills during the summer.

Math games and activities offer a fun way to help kids retain these critical academic skills. And so you can track your child’s progress, we’ve created a Make It Count, Math Log. As your student makes progress, we recommend incorporating some rewards along the way to keep up the encouragement.

Download and print your own copy here.

math log Example


Featured Image – Steven Depolo / CC by 2.0

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Anne Watt

Anne Watt

Anne Altieri Watt is a senior writer for K12. She has more than a decade of experience as a freelance and staff writer, covering topics such as education, early children’s literacy, and lifestyle issues. Before joining K12, she worked for Reading Is Fundamental in Washington, D.C. When not reading a good book, looking for a good book, or trying to write a good book, Anne is out hiking with her husband at the Shenandoah National Park in an attempt to avoid housework.

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