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Be sure to check out the wonderful elementary math resources from North Carolina Department of Public Instruction.Over the summer be sure to have your child continue practicing his/her basic facts. Developing computational fluency is extremely important. The expectations for fact fluency by the end of each grade are: K - Add/subtract within 5 1 - Add/subtract within 10 2 - Add/Subtract within 20 3 - Multiply/divide within 100 4 - Maintain all basic facts ; Add/subtract within 1,000,000 (pencil and paper) 5 - Multi-digit multiplication (pencil and paper) Information below will help you sign up for a free account with XtraMath. XtraMath helps students practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and/or division facts. Other Resources:Illuminations: Interactives. Select Common Core Math Standards from the top right and Interactives. Bedtime Math This fee site posts a new problem for children to discuss each night, just as they might engage in a story before bedtime. Three levels address children at various ages: preschool, K-2nd, and 2nd grade and up. ABCYa.com Games and activities for Grades K-5. Math Playground Games and activities are aligned to Common Core Math Standards. Choose a grade level to see how Math Playground can support your child. This site also includes Thinking Blocks which helps kids practice drawing models for word problems. |