bttrflyvld Posted March 25, 2015 Share Posted March 25, 2015 My daughter is in 1st grade and has done so great with learning her addition and subtraction math facts that I want to make something for her for summer to help her practice and not loose them with her summer break. I've contemplated continuing on to her next math book, but I think we both will need a break this summer and doing formal school during the summer I don't think will happen. (mommy needs a break) So I've been trying to find a way to continue practicing those math facts. I have some games planned for the summer. I'm planning of buying Tri-fact-a, Math war, and addition/subtraction Candlyland. Can you help me expand my game list? Some I can just buy and some I can make? I'm also going to make math fact practice worksheets. Either like the timed test ones (but I won't time them) or fun worksheets that only pracice addition or subtraction. I don't want to make them by hand if I don't have to. I've been looking around and I can't find any premade. ie. buy them already made. Does anyone know a great site to print them, or buy them already made? Or ideas of how you keep your kids skills up with out having to continue a math curriculum. I want her to have daily (5 days a week) practice. Thanks for the idea. Edited to add: Has anyone used Timez attack? The online game? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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