2015 Summer Math Menu Go to www.Factmonster.com and practice math facts by selecting Math Flashcards. Try all four operations and see if you can get to Level 7! You should spend at least 10 minutes, three times a week or more to really see improvement. Keep track of the dates and time spent practicing your facts on the log sheet provided. Have your parent or guardian sign off on this sheet. At the end of the summer, attach that record sheet to this menu and bring it with you to school. If you do not have access to a computer, please create a set of multiplication/division flashcards with math facts up to the “12s” to use instead! Complete the attached handouts to practice and/or improve your skills in those areas mentioned on the summer math letter. Visit websites such as www.mathsisfun.com or www.ixl.com (as a guest) to learn more about fractions and decimals if you are unsure how to complete the handouts or just want to do some additional practice! Visit websites such as www.mathplay.com or www.mathplayground.com to try some games that involve fractions and decimals! One of the focuses in math today is making a connection between math and real life. To encourage this we would like you to. . . Create a visual display that shows a connection between math and life. This display can be a collage, a poster or a piece of art that reflects how you see math in life, how math is used in life, how math exists in nature, etc. This doesn’t have to be elaborate or necessarily fancy, but please have fun with it and be proud of it because we would like to display your creation in our rooms and hallways for all to see!