Help Your Students Retain Math Skills
You can help students keep their math skills sharp by encouraging families to join the Quantile® Summer Math Challenge, a free program designed for students who have just completed any grade 1-8. This fun, six-week program is full of daily activities that are designed to help prevent summer learning loss. The typical student loses approximately 2.6 months of grade-level equivalency in math skills over the summer months each year.*
The Summer Math Challenge begins on the third Monday of June. Students can practice math skills aligned to their grade and ability level. Resources are from the most trusted content developers like Khan Academy, ABCya, IXL Learning and more.
How It Works
Educators and parents can register students at hub.lexile.com/smc. Then students can access math learning activities on weekly topics that are aligned with state math standards, celebrate with weekly badges and print a certificate recognizing their accomplishment upon program completion.
Register for the Summer Math Challenge!
Here’s what previous Summer Math Challenge educators and parents say about the program:
“As a parent and educator, I am thankful to know there is a program to help students maintain, improve, and/or enhance their math skills over the summer.”
“I think that this is a great COST-EFFECTIVE activity for ALL parents. I look forward to each activity so that I have ‘scheduled learning’ time for the summer with my daughter.”
“The Summer Math Challenge enriches and improves my child’s math skills in a way that is fun and exciting for him.”
“The Summer Math Challenge was great … the exercises were right on target and fun.”
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*Cooper, H., Nye, B., Charlton, K., Lindsay, J., & Greathouse, S. (1996). The effects of summer vacation on achievement test scores: A narrative and meta-analytic review. Review of Educational Research, 66(3), 227-268.