For those students that want to practice math 24 over the summer. I have listed some sites for printable cards and online versions of the game.
Students can play any of the versions. However, there are school competitions for certain grades, so I suggest that if a student wants to participate they should practice the cards for their grade level.
The single digit cards are for students in grade 4 next year.
Double for Grade 5.
Variables for grade 6.
Free games online: 4nums, coolmath, mathplayground,
To purchase math 24 cards-from 24Game
To purchase math 24 cards from Amazon
Printable cards site one
Printable cards site two
I was recently sent an e-mail about a web site called “CatchupMath”. It is designed for helping remedial middle school students “catch up” in math. However, I was curious if it could be used to enrich high-level elementary math students. After checking it out I was impressed and I thought I would post the web address:
Catchup Math is the perfect intervention for at-risk students and for review and test preparation for all students. Our programs cover Grades 6-7 Math, Algebra Readiness, Pre-Algebra, Algebra 1 and 2, Geometry, and Graduation Exam Prep.
Students take online quizzes that diagnose learning gaps. Prescribed review topics are explained by video tutorials, written lessons, animations, games and guided practice problems.
For summer math enrichment you may want to check out:
(I have not had any students participate in this in the past, so if you child does this please let me know what you think.)
Check out YouTube for a math 24 demo done by some 5th graders.