Designed by teachers to promote daily, grade-level specific summer math practice. Help for kids going into grades 1-5 to retain those hard-earned math skills over summer break. Each grade-level module is available as an in-app purchase at just $5.99 for the entire summer.
Through daily practice, Math Star will help your child:
Develop grade-level fact fluency in just 10-15 minutes per day.
Stay the course with reminders to do the Math Star daily practice.
Build their math confidence through guided practice.
Improve reasoning and flexibility in problem solving through a variety of math concept activity questions
Stay accountable with parent progress reports, so youll know how your child is doing.
Of all subjects, math is hardest hit by summer learning loss.
Summer break is a great time for children to relax and recharge, but it's also when learning loss occurs. Of all subjects, math is hardest hit by summer learning loss with an estimated 2.6 months of grade level equivalency in math skills lost over the summer months. Regular practice with problem solving, computation, and math logic preserve mathematical gains made during the school year.
Guided practice is important.
Unlike games that allow your child to choose which skills they practice (they like to work their strengths), our algorithm ensures they practice all their skills for 10-15 minutes a day over the summer break, keeping them sharp and ready for the next school year!
Curriculum is aligned with Common Core Math Standards.
Math Star curriculum is aligned with Common Core Math Standards and includes the following for each grade level purchase. For children going into:
Grade 1 counting to 20, addition within 10, subtraction within 10, number order up to 20, comparisons to 20
Grade 2 addition within 20, subtraction within 20, place value, odd and even, comparisons to 120
Grade 3 addition within 100, subtraction within 100, place value to the hundreds, fractions, comparisons to 1000
Grade 4 addition within 1000, subtraction within 1000, multiplication of single digit numbers, division with single digit divisors and quotients, place value to the thousands, fractions, comparisons to 1,000,000
Grade 5 addition of fractions, subtraction of fractions, multiplication of two-digit numbers, division with remainders, mixed fractions, comparisons of decimals and fractions