Challenge Math is a great way to prevent summer learning loss of math skills for children in grades 2-6. It is a very inexpensive way of brushing up your child’s math problem solving skills during summer. It takes very little time commitment and has flexible schedule. Check out their website.
Read more about Challenge Math on my previous post here.
Many of the students who attend public schools in Iowa took Iowa Assessments (formerly known as ITBS) a couple of weeks back. If you have a third grader, this is the first time they took a standardized test administered by the state. Any test in which the same test is given in the same manner to all test takers, and graded in the same manner for everyone, is a standardized test. Continue reading “Standardized tests in public schools”
In my previous post Homework – Part 1 , I had mentioned that parents need a lot of resources to help their children with homework and in this post I am trying to share some math resources.
Continue reading “Homework – Part 2, Math Resources”
I hear a lot of parents complaining that the kids don’t have any homework. This is my take on the subject. Continue reading “Homework – Part 1”
The Challenge Math is an online program offered by Noetic Learning. It is a very inexpensive way of receiving math problems for a specific grade level on a weekly basis. They offer 3 sessions, one in fall, one in spring and one in summer. The weekly assignments consist of 5 timed problems. It’s a good mix of problems touching topics like geometry, algebra, probability etc appropriate for the grade level. On an average the time commitment is 10-20 min per week. They have provided some samples questions on their website to try out before you register.
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