FUN EDUCATIONAL SUMMER CAMP
Students can attend morning or afternoon half-day programs or combine two programs for a full day of fun. They will have a blast with Educational Specialist that train teachers throughout the state. Students will stay engaged in rigorous, yet fun-filled curriculum all while making new friends with other campers, all while learning and developing the necessary math skills for the upcoming grade level. The data collected at these sites will be used conduct effective interventions by school districts throughout the country.
BENEFITS TO STUDENT PARTICIPANTS
Academic Enrichment Summer Program
to prepare students for mathematics in the upcoming school year.
The jam-packed, fun-filled weeks include mathematics concepts that will cover over one-half of the school year's mathematics content in a manner that will capture each student's learning style.
Fun-filled Educational Experience
that is made up hands-on fun, math games, and journaling to build depth of knowledge and math literacy. Students have so much fun, yet never realize exactly how much they've learned until the new school year rolls around and they become one of the top students during the math instructional block.
Educational Specialist as Teachers
will facilitate all summer sessions for enrolled student learners.
Our Educational Specialist's train classroom teachers. Their job is to develop master teachers by delivering the best methodology, strategies, and resources available to educators across the country.
Online Diagnostic &
will provide feedback to program administrators on the effectiveness of the prescribed coursework as it pertains to each learner as an individual.
Student learners will be given instruction based on individual needs as assessed. Progress reports will be emailed to parents weekly.
MATHEMATICS STANDARDS COVERED BY GRADE
The summer curriculum will include 14 of up to 28 benchmark standards. Using fun to prepare students for the most difficult concepts in mathematics in the upcoming school year.
3.OA.4 Determining the Unknown Value in Equations
3.OA.5 Applying Properties of Multiplications
3.OA.7 Division Strategies & Applications
3.NBT.1 Rounding Whole Numbers
3.NBT.2 Adding and Subtracting Within 1000
3.NF.3 Finding Equivalent Fractions
3.MD.1 Telling Time and Elapsed Time
3.MD.2 Calculating Volumes
3.MD.3 Creating Bar Graphs
3.MD.4 Creating Line Plots
3.MD.7 Finding the Area of Irregular Figures
3.MD.8 Understanding Perimeter
3.G.1 Identifying Quadrilaterals
3.G.2 Partitioning Shapes into Equal Areas
4.OA.4 Identifying Factors & Multiples
4.OA.5 Finding Patterns
4.NBT.3 Rounding Whole Numbers
4.NBT.5 Multiplying Whole Numbers
4.NBT.6 Egg Tray Division
4.NF.2 Comparing Fractions
4.NF.3 Understanding Fractions
4.NF.4 Multiplying Fractions by Whole Numbers
4.NF.7 Comparing Decimals Within Hundredths
4.MD.1 Convert Measurement Units
4.MD.3 Using Blocks to Measure Area
4.MD.6 Drawing and Naming Angles
4.MD.7 Decomposing Angles
4.G.1 Points, Lines, Rays, & Angles
5.OA.1 Using PEMDAS to Solve Equations
5.OA.3 Graphing Ordered Pairs
5.NBT.2 Multiplying by Powers of Ten
5.NBT.4 Decimal Conversions
5.NBT.5 Multiplying Multi-Digit Numbers
5.NBT.6 Using Base 10 Blocks for Division
5.NBT.7 Finding Whole Number Quotients
5.NF.2 Solving Word Problems Involving Fractions
5.NF.6 Multiplying Mixed Numbers/Area Models
5.NF.7 Dividing Fractions By Whole Numbers
5.MD.1 Converting Lengths
5.MD.5 Finding the Volumes of Rectangular Prisms
5.G.2 Graph Points On The Coordinate Plane
5.G.4 Classifying Two-dimensional Figures